Keeping It 100 consists of three Zoom panel Q&A sessions with BIPOC psychiatry residents at Yale. We hope that by sharing our stories in a real and candid way, it will help you decide whether Yale Psych feels right for you.
Each session is on Thursdays from 8-9pm EST. See the following for specific session topics, dates, and panelists. Please feel free to include any specific questions or concerns you'd like addressed during the Q&A panels in the comments section below. Come through!
Session 1: Yale Psychiatry 101 (10/29/20) will focus on what it's been like doing this residency. Get to know PGY-2 Chidinma Okani, MD, PGY-2 Michael McClurkin, PGY-3 Nathan Ha, MD, PhD, PGY-3 Alice Shen, MD, and PGY-4 Stefanie Gillson, MD.
Session 2: Why New Haven (11/5/20) will demystify and cut through the rumors you've heard about living here. PGY-1
Bárbara Trejo Ortega, MD, PGY1 Bradford Martins MD PhD, PGY-3 Eden Almasude, MD, MA, PGY-3 Nathan Ha, MD, PhD, and PGY-4 Ben Yu, MD will spill the tea.
Session 3: #BlackInTheIvory (11/12/20) will talk about what it's like being Black in Medicine. PGY-2 AZA Allsop, MD, PhD, PGY-2 Michael McClurkin, Brittany Atuahene Robinson, MD, and PGY-3 Walker Keenan, MD, will speak on it.
Note: These sessions directly follow the powerful RebPsych 2020 conference webinars on Thursdays from 6-7:30pm.
RebPsych's theme this year asks what decolonizing mental health looks like today, and how we can build on historical efforts to use mental health as a platform for anti-racist and anti-colonial liberation. Check it out here: tinyurl.com/rebpsych