The two discussed RADAR’s goals and how others can get involved, confronting implicit bias, addressing barriers to careers in medicine, and how departments can begin to effectively build positive cultures where everyone can thrive.
You asked, we answered: More questions on becoming an ally, confronting our biases, and building inclusive communities
More than 250 people joined us for the launch of RADAR this spring as we discussed the need for greater diversity within anesthesiology, the barriers to diversifying the field, the challenges of being a minority in medicine, and what it looks like to be an ally.
New national initiative aims to recruit and retain a diverse community of academic anesthesiologists
RADAR — Raising Anesthesiology Diversity and Anti-Racism — will launch with a virtual event on Wednesday, March 31. The initiative is a partnership between the Departments of Anesthesiology at the University of Michigan and Washington University in St. Louis.