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Race Matters? Examining and Rethinking Race Portrayal in Preclinical Medical Education
Critical examination of “health disparities” is gaining consideration in medical schools across the United States, often as elective curricula that supplement required education. However, there isExpand
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The Becoming: Students’ Reflections on the Process of Professional Identity Formation in Medical Education
Professional identity formation (PIF) within medical education is the multifaceted, individualized process through which students develop new ways of being in becoming physicians. PersonalExpand
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Weight Change during Incarceration: Groundwork for a Collaborative Health Intervention
Abstract:In the context of the ever increasing incarcerated population in the U.S. and a lack of data documenting weight status of this population, we document the weight status of male inmates in aExpand
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Understanding Weight Change while Incarcerated: Qualitative Groundwork for a Collaborative Health Intervention
In the context of the ever-increasing incarcerated population in the U.S. and our “obesity epidemic,” recent work has investigated whether incarcerated individuals are at higher risk for obesity andExpand
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