Black doctor and a white patient

The racist photo in the medical school yearbook page of Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia has probably caused many physicians to re-examine their past. We hope we are better today, but the research is not as encouraging as you might think: There is still a long way to go in how the medical field treats minority patients, especially African-Americans. A systematic review published in Academic Emergency Medicine gathered all the research on physicians that measured implicit bias with the Implicit Association Test and included some assessment of clinical decision making.
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Too few black men become doctors. A medical student conference in Philly seeks to change that.

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White doctors and black patients: influence of race on the doctor-patient relationship.

Fatima Cody Stanford was on a Delta flight from Indianapolis to Boston on Tuesday when she noticed the woman next to her showing signs of distress. So Dr. Stanford did what she was trained to do in more than a decade of experience as a doctor — she began to assist her. But Dr. Stanford, who is black, said she had just started to help the passenger when a flight attendant approached and asked if she was a doctor.
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NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks to him about how the medical field addresses race. Damon Tweedy is a black man in a white coat. He's an African-American doctor. Tweedy is a practicing psychiatrist and an assistant professor of psychiatry at Duke University Medical School, which is where he trained. At the very beginning, you were intimidated by big, bad Duke, so you said you studied very, very hard for the first round of exams, and you aced them.
When Gabriel Felix applied to medical school in , he was rejected from all 15 of his chosen universities. Then the year-old from upstate New York attended his first Annual Medical Education Conference AMEC , an event dedicated to supporting medical students from underrepresented communities. The medical professionals there not only looked like him but also had similar stories, too — stories of parents who were supportive but unfamiliar with the medical school application process, of struggling to pay thousands of dollars for test prep, of dealing with rejection. Armed with advice from admissions counselors, professors, and other students at the conference, he applied a second time.
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