Доктор Желнов

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META: Mindfully Evolving, Thriving & Advocating: Week 5 - Anti-Racism Readings

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Course Information Year 1 Courses: META: Mindfully Evolving, Thriving & Advocating

⚠ This page was originally intended to be a copy of a university syllabus that was available for public download from the links listed at the bottom of this page. Although I had to make slight modifications for style while transferring the content to this website, I made every effort to not touch the content itself. The syllabic content is copyrighted by its authors.

My notes are formatted as blockquotes, like this one, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, and © 2021 by Pavel Zhelnov, MD.


Anti-Racism Progression - Novice > Intermediate > Expert

Novice

“This is the first time I’m seriously thinking about racism and how it impacts me, other students and my future patients. I haven’t thought much about how I have directly or indirectly benefited from institutional racism (even if I do not believe myself to have played any part in it). I have a limited understanding of history, policy, and the underlying forces driving health disparities.”

Intermediate

“I’ve thought about racism and how it impacts me, other students and my future patients. I’ve considered how I’ve been impacted by institutional racism. I have spoken up when I’ve seen someone else say something racist. I have a general or basic understanding of history, policy, and the underlying forces driving health disparities.”

Expert

“I’ve carefully considered the impact of racism on me, other students, my future patients and the practice and culture of medicine in the United States. I’ve deeply considered how I’ve been impacted by institutional racism. I have a deep understanding of history, policy and the underlying forces driving health disparities.  I’ve not only spoken up when I’ve seen someone else acting in racist ways but advocate for anti-racist policies. I am vigilant in unearthing my implicit biases, walking toward my personal discomfort and becoming a better version of myself everyday. I consider myself an anti-racist.”

Anti-Racism - Required

Novice - Required

Intermediate - Required

Expert - Required

Anti-Racism - Videos

Novice - Delve Deeper

Intermediate -  Delve Deeper:

Expert -  Delve Deeper:

Anti-Racism in Medicine - Articles

Novice - Delve Deeper

Intermediate -Delve Deeper

Expert -Delve Deeper

Anti-Racism - PodCasts/Audio

Novice - Delve Deeper

Intermediate - Delve Deeper:

Expert - Delve Deeper:

Anti-Racism Guides

Novice

Novice

Owned by the Library:

Not in the Library
You may try the local public library (Rosenberg for Galveston residents) or consider purchasing from a black-owned bookstore (links below)

Intermediate

In the Library - see links in the Novice Section
White Fragility & Medical Apartheid

Not in the Library
You may try the local public library (Rosenberg for Galveston residents) or consider purchasing from a black-owned bookstore (links below)

Expert

In the Library:

Expert

Not in the Library
You may try the local public library (Rosenberg for Galveston residents) or consider purchasing from a black-owned bookstore (links below)

Black Owned Independent Bookstores
This is not an endorsement for any particular business

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https://guides.utmb.edu/meta/w5-antiracism
Captured on May the Fourth, 2021