Do No Harm: Protecting healthcare from the disastrous consequences of identity politics.
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Many U.S. medical schools offer scholarships and programs that illegally discriminate based on sex, gender identity, race/ethnicity, color, or national origin, We have filed more than 100 federal civil rights complaints to challenge them.
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Last year, Do No Harm reported how Castle Connolly—a New York City-based company that publishes top doctor rankings—jumped on the woke bandwagon by launching their DEI initiative that pushed for racial concordance.
Racial concordance is the false belief that patients have better health outcomes after seeing doctors of their own race. It is a thinly-veiled effort to push racial segregation in medicine under the guise of advancing equity.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s recently announced policies on restricting transgender medical interventions for minors have generated much outrage, notwithstanding a subsequent Leger poll that suggested more Canadians than not agree with her proscriptions. Article content Doctor groups like the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) and the …
“Hello, I’m looking for a black therapist. I saw your profile. I’m looking for a black guy, I need someone who can relate to me.”
Rodney Long Jr., MSSA, LISW-S, has lost track of how many times this voice message, or something similar, has been left on his work phone.
Rodney is a mental health therapist with a private practice in Ohio. He’s also biracial, and feels that is wholly irrelevant to the way he approaches his work.
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