Join the National Association of Scholars on February 3rd at 2 pm ET as we discuss the transformation of America's medical schools.
America's medical schools have begun transforming their institutional purpose. No longer do they exist to impart and share the "hard-won scientific gains" of the physicians whose steps they walk in, but rather to inculcate their students with the values of "diversity, equity, and inclusion" and "anti-racism."
Medical schools no longer turn a blind eye to the politics of their students and faculty, but encourage them to become "activists" and practice "anti-racism" and "equity." These new teachings ensure that patients are treated with equity, as opposed to equality. "Historically oppressed minorities" are placed first ahead of "historical oppressors."
In this webinar, we hope to answer questions such as: What are the origins of this new medical education? What are the ongoing policy changes at medical schools to introduce "anti-racism" to a new generation of doctors? And what are the on-the-ground effects of this new ideology?
This webinar will feature Salley Satel, a practicing psychiatrist, lecturer at the Yale University School of Medicine, and Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute; Aaron Sibarium, associate editor at the Washington Free Beacon; and John Sailer, a research associate at the National Association of Scholars and author of numerous articles on DEI in medical education.