How Should Health Professional Education Respond to Widespread Racial and Ethnic Health Inequity and Police Brutality?

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Health professions educators continuously adapt curricular content in response to new scientific knowledge but can struggle to incorporate content about current social issues that profoundly affect students and learning environments. This article offers recommendations to support innovation and action as students and faculty grapple with ongoing unrest in the United States, including racism, murders of Black people by police, and COVID-19.

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Authors: Alden M Landry, Rose L Molina, Regan Marsh, Emma Hartswick, Raquel Sofia Sandoval, Nora Osman, Leonor Fernandez