A group of Yale doctors and other healthcare researchers recently published a small study that stated there is “anti-Asian racism” in medical school programs and concluded that Asian students are “invisible.”
However, the researchers who conducted the study rejected the idea that a small sample size and biased sampling methods made the study inapplicable.
The study, funded by grants from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, interviewed 25 Asian medical students who were recruited through the Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association.
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