All HMS Faculty are invited to attend and eligible to participate.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to
- Describe structures and practices within our learning environments that may unintentionally promote and foster structural racism
- Explain key observations and innovations in the medical education literature relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Evaluate and support opportunities for collaborative education and future research to dismantle racism and advance equity and inclusion at HMS and beyond.
Registration is required for this event: https://fa.hms.harvard.edu/faculty-affairs-presentations
Keynote: Dr. Nawal Nour, MD, MPH
To view this livestream event visit: https://healthcare.partners.org/streaming/Live/PHS/Diversity/2020.07.09_PHS_DiversityDialog.html
This event is an Equity and Social Justice Webinar hosted by Harvard Medical School. To register, please visit: https://harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-mXg6dQXRYS6v00YK0hrrg
In June 2020, Mass General Brigham offered a space for employees to talk about racism and inequity, and the personal impact of COVID-19 and the active protests against police killing of Black citizens.
Dialogue Sessions, which took place on Zoom, were facilitated by trauma-informed employees from
across the system. Participants chose from 3 affinity groups – a group exclusively for people of color, a group for white people, or a group with a mix of diverse racial identities.
Please register here to attend one or multiple dialogue sessions.
The Center for Faculty Development and the Office of Women’s Careers are starting a new parenting group series “Managing Parenthood and Your Career”, to help faculty and trainees juggle these challenging roles. At the first session, Drs. Michael S. Jellinek and Anne K. Fishel from the Department of Psychiatry will take your questions and address your concerns about parenting in the midst of COVID-19. Please send your questions or topics that you would like them to address to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Questions20200716.