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Diversity, equity, and inclusion mandates are transforming the focus of medical education and the healthcare profession at-large.
DEI has been elevated above merit and achievement as the basis for choosing medical students, scholarship recipients, and promoting faculty. An increasing amount of time is spent on woke ideology at the expense of the study of quality medical care and innovation.
More hospitals are requiring ‘implicit bias’ and ‘anti-racism’ training to maintain employment. The federal government is coercing doctors to implement anti-racism initiatives to receive higher Medicare reimbursements. Some of the most trusted medical associations in the country have shifted focus to DEI-related professional development.
The consequence of putting DEI ahead of merit and medical qualifications? A decline in the quality of the physician workforce and patient care – and a reduction in patient trust in their medical providers and systems.
Do No Harm is a new nonprofit that is dedicated to informing the public about the true nature of woke activities in health care and medical education. It’s time to understand the risks to the health care system and subsequently, to the health of the American people.
As Do No Harm exposes the crisis, they are also developing solutions to address it.
Please join us for a conversation with the Do No Harm Chairman, Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, to discuss the DEI crisis facing medicine, the solutions on the table, and how Do No Harm is committed to positive change:
- Date: July 12, 2023
- Reception: 6:00pm
- Lecture: 7:00pm
- Location: Boar’s Head Resort, 200 Ednam Dr., Charlottesville, VA 22903
Dr. Goldfarb has spent more than 50 years in medical practice and education. A board-certified kidney specialist, he is a former Professor and Associate Dean for Curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. He has been widely published in medical journals and was one of the first to highlight the ideological corruption of health care.
Please contact Caroline Cyr at [email protected] if you have any questions regarding the event.