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To renew our license we now have to have 2 CME hours on “implicit bias.” I have been in practice for 35 years. I treat every patient with respect and dignity. It is insulting to me that they are now telling me I have “implicit bias” because of the pigment of my skin.
Do No Harm is a strategically deployed movement engaging toxic race and gender ideology where it is doing great harm — in our academic medical establishment. Its talented team gets results attacking DEI through the legal system and through public outreach. Do No Harm deserves our generous support.
Congratulations for your great work in drawing attention to so many issues in medicine that are problematic because of the one-sidedness and illiberal approach to so many things. Politics used to be kept out of the workplace, at least so I was told in my younger days, but no longer it seems.