Medical students from across the country joined us for our event focused on the virtual interviewing process.
Welcome to RADAR!
Our vision is a more diverse and inclusive community in academic anesthesiology.
Whether you’re a college student thinking about a career in medicine, a leader in the field, or somewhere in between, we invite you to explore our website, connect with us at an event, and join us as we lead transformative change in the field.
RADAR and DE&I in Print
The June 2022 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia features a series of articles on diversity, inclusion, and health equity, including an introduction to RADAR by Dr. Wixson, et al.
- Raising Anesthesiology Diversity and Antiracism: Launching a National Initiative. Wixson, Matthew C. MD; Mitchell, Allison D. MD; Markowitz, Scott D. MD; Malicke, Kate M. BA; Avidan, Michael S. MBBCh; Mashour, George A. MD, PhD. Read the article.
- Expanding Horizons: How Anesthesiologists Can Improve Health Equity. Toledo, Paloma MD, MPH. Read the article.
- Diversity and Inclusion in Anesthesiology. Nwokolo, Omonele O. MD; Coombs, Alice A. T. MD; Eltzschig, Holger K. MD, PhD; Butterworth, John F. IV MD. Read the article.
- Achieving Greater Health Equity: An Opportunity for Anesthesiology. Diallo, Mofya S. MD, MPH*; Tan, Jonathan M. MD, MPH, MBI, FASA†; Heitmiller, Eugenie S. MD, FAAP‡; Vetter, Thomas R. MD, MPH. Read the article.
Voices in Anesthesiology
From the Blog
Our thanks to Dr. Jed Wolpaw and the Anesthesia & Critical Care Reviews and Commentary (ACCRAC) podcast for hosting a thoughtful discussion with Dr. Matt Wixson earlier this month. 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…
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
As medical schools across the country work to address systemic racism in medicine and foster more inclusive communities, one new initiative aims to increase diversity and advance anti-racism in academic anesthesiology.