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Trainee Evaluations, Reviews, and Confidentiality: Framework to Mitigate Bias

To finish out this blog series on trainee review, confidentiality, and psychological safety, reviewing a framework to help all aspects of academic medicine mitigate bias in our work seemed fitting. Whether it be patient care or candidate selection, Dr. Quinn Capers, IV, Interventional Cardiologist, Professor at UT Southwestern, Vice Chair of Diversity and Equity, and previous transformational leader at the Ohio State University, has given us a robust framework to utilize that I...

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Trusting your gut, hand-off bias, and building your 'why's'

I was a second-year resident on my pediatric emergency medicine month. I had worked enough shifts to become comfortable with the duties, the nurses, and the attendings. I listened to the attending take a radio call and was told they were “bringing in an 8-year-old who is playing possum,” implying that the child was faking an unresponsive state. 

 

Though comfortable walking into any room by this point, I still experienced some anxiety while waiting for a patient arriving...

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