EXCLUSIVE: Med School Weighed Residents’ Commitment To ‘Anti-Racist Practices’ In Admissions Process
The University of New Mexico School of Medicine considered OBGYN residency applicants’ contributions to anti-racism and diversity during the interviewing process, according to a rubric obtained by Do No Harm, a group that focuses on ending anti-racism in health care.
Interviewers for the University of New Mexico School of Medicine awarded OBGYN residence applicants points based on their “experience and interest” in “equity, anti-racist and diversity, equity and inclusion practices,” according to a 2021-2022 interviewing rubric obtained by Do No Harm. Applicants were given points if they are a member of the “LGBTQIA+” community or are “African American, Latinx or Native American.”
Read more at The Daily Caller.
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