CARES Anti-Racism Education for Students

In order to expose students early in their training to the nuances of providing patient care to a population with diverse and ever-changing health care needs, the CARES Team has developed an ongoing lecture series. CARES Anti-Racism Education for Students is a series of quick talks highlighting different topics related to racism's impact on healthcare. Themes range from advocacy for structural change to addressing interpersonal racism within everyday patient encounters. We hope to give students the tools to address racism's impact on their future patients.

Children's Health Logo | Gun Violence and Police Brutality A Public Health Issue | Annie Lintzenich Andrews, M.D. MSCR | andrewsan@musc.edu | twitter handle @annielintzenich

Gun Violence & Police Brutality: A Public Health Issue

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Racial and ethnic Disparities In Obstetrrics (Part One): Strategies for Combating Bias | Special thanks to: Adam Rideley, M.D. PGY2, Family Medicine | William Rayburn, M.D. MBA | Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, MN | Affiliate Professor, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

Racial and Ethnic Disparities In Obstetrics (Part One): Strategies for Combating Bias

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Health Disparities In Pegnancy Outcomes | Andrea E. Lofley, M.D. Assistant Professor, Division of Endocrinology, Medical University of South Carolina

Health Disparities in Pregnancy Outcomes

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Cultural Competency in Caring for Latinx Patients | 2020-12-15 | 22:16 UTC | Presented by Agostini, Thomas | Organized by Agostini, Thomas

Cultural Competency in Caring for Latinx Patients

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Religion and Culturally Competent Care | 2021-01-26 22:01 UTC | Presented by Agostini, Thomas | Organized by Agostini, Thomas

Religion and Culturally Competent Care

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