ACGME Equity Matters™
In support of its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, the ACGME launched ACGME Equity Matters™, an initiative that supplies a framework for continuous learning and process improvement in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and antiracism practices. The initiative aims to drive change within graduate medical education (GME) by increasing physician workforce diversity, and building safe and inclusive learning environments, while promoting health equity by addressing racial disparities in health care and overall population health.
AAMC's Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit
The Association of American Medical Colleges is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. They develop strategic initiatives to cultivate a diverse and culturally prepared workforce, advance inclusion excellence, imbue equity-mindedness, and enhance engagement with local communities.
AAMC Anti-Racism Resources
Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has compiled this resources, including are several video resources, equity-centered action plans, additional frameworks, and examples of anti-racism practices in U.S. medical schools and teaching hospitals
Center for Racial Justice in Education Reading List
In the spirit of furthering our racial justice analysis and working towards collective liberation, [here] are a few books Center for Racial Justice in Education recommends
National Academy for State Health Policy Resources for States to Address Health Equity and Disparities
For over 35 years, The National Academy for State Health Policy has been a nonpartisan organization committed to developing and advancing state health policy innovations and solutions. NASHP has compiled resources to showcase effective state efforts to achieve health equity, improve care, and prioritize the social determinants of health.
A History of Anti-Black Racism in Medicine Syllabus
The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) is an independent scholarly organization that aims to foster dialogue about researching, writing, and teaching black thought and culture. AAIHS has created a syllabus for self-directed learning. Though this syllabus is certainly not exhaustive, it lays important groundwork for bridging this gap and illustrating that questions of race and racism should be central to studying the histories of medicine and science.