This video is part of CLIME’s “Do No Harm” faculty development series on how to make teaching more equitable and inclusive. In it, William (Bill) Harris, MD, Block lead for the Blood and Cancer Block, and Edwin Lindo, JD, CLIME’s Associate Director for Critical Teaching and Equity discuss how they worked together to improve a presentation on health outcome inequality, with a specific focus on breast cancer in African American women. Actual footage of the teaching session is interspersed with their reflections on the roles they played in its creation and evolution.
We invite you to reach out to CLIME (email@example.com) for help when teaching about social identifiers (such as race, ethnicity and gender), for guidance on how to discuss health inequities using a critical lens, and for creating instructional materials and presentations about the impacts of SDoH on health and access to/quality of health care.
CLIMEcasts: Consultation to Improve Curriculum Content