ERASE-ing Patient Mistreatment of Trainees: Faculty Workshop

Date of Review: June, 2020

The resource, from MedEdPORTAL, provides a framework to recognize and speak up in the face of implicit and explicit bias and microaggressions in the healthcare setting. The program was delivered in 1-1.5 hour workshop for psychiatry, internal medicine and pediatrics faculty and residents, but can be easily adapted to other specialties, trainee levels, and other healthcare professions. The resource in MedEdPortal are comprehensive and self-explanatory, and include all the material needed to deliver the workshop (ppt, case scenarios, role play, toolkit) . One can infer that faculty who learn to recognize and address microaggressions and racism towards trainees, will contribute towards a safer learning and professional environment for under-represented minorities in medicine, and also recognize scenarios of discrimination towards patients, thereby advancing the dialogue on SDoH. –Monica Yepes-Rios, MD, NCEAS

Corresponding Author’s Email:


Yale University, Dept Psychiatry

Where was the Curriculum Implemented:

New Haven, Connecticut

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Clinical Specialty:

Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Outcomes that Have Been Reported for the Curriculum:

Learner Satisfaction or reaction

Self-reported learner attitude

Self-reported learner knowledge

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