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Anti-Black racism has strong roots in American health care and medical education. Medical education requires a transformation to promote health equity in clinical care. The Presence 5 framework is a discussion-based curriculum that promotes anti-racism health communication practices in clinical training. This Train-the-Trainer module will guide clinician-educators on the Presence 5 for Racial Justice Curriculum content and provide the tools to facilitate these important discussions on anti-racism in medicine with medical trainees.
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Megha Shankar, MD
LEAD Scholar, Postdoctoral Fellow or Primary Care and Outcomes Research
Juliana Baratta, MS
Stanford University School of Medicine
Raquel Garcia, BS
Sonoo Thadaney Israni, MBA
Stanford University Presence and The Program in Beside Medicine
Donna M Zulman, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine (General Medical Disciplines)
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