Medical school should produce physician scientists, not physician social justice activists Agree (via ) Disagree (via )
Social justice is the foundation of healthcare — and medical education l Our response to short sighted WSJ opinion. via
.: Please read this wonderful piece written by program alumni & #rwjfalumni
Kudos to these ⁦⁦⁩ faculty for this thoughtful response #SDoH #MedEd ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Social justice is the foundation of healthcare — and medical education l Opinion
"Central to our work is the belief that human health is inextricably linked to the conditions in which we live, learn, work and play, and the science is on our side." Bravo . should be thankful for you.
"Social and health policies have always determined who gets sick and who gets care, and where, and how. Understanding the social drivers of health and illness is not peripheral or tangential to health." #healthequity #thisisourlane
“Social and health policies have always determined who gets sick and who gets care, and where, and how. Understanding the social drivers of health and illness...is key to diagnosing and meeting a patient’s fundamental needs, and to restoring health.” #SDoH
Social justice is the foundation of healthcare. Understanding the social drivers of health and illness is not peripheral or tangential to health. It is key to diagnosing and meeting a patient’s fundamental needs, and to restoring health.
just finished my emergency medicine rotation — triage, discharge planning, and all care in between revolved around a patient’s social context. grateful for educators like and
Here are the two opinion pieces mentioned in the JAMA tweet: Produce scientists, not physician social justice activists Agree (via ) Disagree (via ) Sorry these are JAMA tweets not opinion pieces.
Social justice is the foundation of healthcare and medical education via 's & & A fitting reply to #StanleyGoldfarb
As a hemeonc fellow ⁦⁩ , I encountered plenty of socially-conscious faculty. Glad to see this response to op ed piece by Dr. Steve Goldfarb by #ThisIsOurLane
Glad to hear from other ⁦⁩ faculty about the importance of social justice in medical training in response to op ed piece by Dr. Steve Goldfarb. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ #ThisIsOurLane