In November, the Association of American Medical Colleges released its first-ever analysis detailing how medical schools across the country have implemented “diversity, equity and inclusion” policies.
According to Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, board chair of Do No Harm, an organization aimed at protecting healthcare from divisive ideology, the AAMC surveyed 101 medical institutions asking for audits of their DEI programs. The AAMC asked the schools to answer 89 yes-or-no questions on their DEI activities and presented the results like a report card, Goldfarb explained in a piece for the New York Post. The schools that scored above 80 percent were colored green, and those that scored between 61 percent and 80 percent were yellow. Institutions below the 60 percent threshold were red, meaning they “failed.”
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