About The Study: In this qualitative study including 16 experts in understanding and dismantling anti-Black racism within academic medical centers, participants shared their perspectives on barriers and challenges faced by Black faculty and trainees as well as suggestions for a proposed comprehensive intervention for dismantling anti-Black racism in academic medicine.
Authors: Maya I. Ragavan, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., of the University of Pittsburgh, is the corresponding author.
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