Med School Revamps ‘Anti-Racism Curriculum’ To Teach Students About ‘Intersectional Identities’

The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix (UACOM) will revise its Educational Program Objective (EPO) policy this summer as part of its “anti-racism curriculum,” medical watchdog group Do No Harm reported.

The medical school will expand an objective found in the policy’s Medical Knowledge section to teach students about “intersectional identities” in addition to diversity demographics, Do No Harm reported. The UACOM Curriculum Committee approved the change and it will be implemented July 1.

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