- The University of Utah School of Medicine implemented a series of programs to recruit and retain diverse students and faculty after its accrediting organization said its diversity efforts were unsatisfactory, according to emails obtained by a medical watchdog group and shared with the Daily Caller News Foundation.
- The school, in response, filed a status report outlining its progress in increasing its diversity on campus.
- “This further promotes ideology ahead of quality medical education and race/ethnicity or sex over hiring the most qualified faculty and staff,” Laura Morgan, Do No Harm’s program manager, told the DCNF.
Read more at The Daily Caller.
Get up to speed with the threats facing healthcare – and how we’re protecting patients and physicians.
"*" indicates required fields