Academic Addiction Medicine Responds: Addressing Racism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Shared screen with speaker view
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Can Dr Clark address identified gender in African American medical students?
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ACAAM - Fantastic panel!!! Super proud of Dr. Alyssa Peterkin!
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I agree w Dr. Clark. I've always believed that I need to get to know my patients and know their story. Their race is part of their story. It may mean what they've had to overcome, what disparities they face in getting service and outcomes from the HC system. So I do believe the EHR should continue to include the patient's race. I know some could use that data point as a vehicle for discrimination. I'd like to think I use it a vehicle for empathy. Overgeneralizations are always a risk, but I don't think our health care system is 'colorblind'--there are horrible disparities in outcomes. So I write "European American" or "African American" or "Asian American" or "Native American" in my write-ups.
NHMA Annual Conference, March 2021
would love to tag on to this question about the speakers perspective on decriminlization more broadly such as measure 110 in Oregon
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More info about measure 110 in Oregon to decriminalize personal non-commercial possession of controlled substance and establishing addiction treatment funding in the state - https://ballotpedia.org/Oregon_Measure_110,_Drug_Decriminalization_and_Addiction_Treatment_Initiative_(2020)
For some reason that link wasn’t working - https://tinyurl.com/y2djgyr2
Way to go Oregon!
Dr. Koop said that we shouldn't make the treatment harder to get than the disease. There are few diseases where there are more restrictions on obtaining treatment than SUD. How do we change this?
Dr Clark, Thank you for your leadership and eloquence
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Darwyn Chern, MD, FAPA, FASAM (VP AZSAM)
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