Northwestern Health Sciences University’s Race, Racism and Integrative Care Conversation and Action Project
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As part of Northwestern Health Sciences University’s Race, Racism and Integrative Care Conversation and Action Project, Dean of Students and Alumni Services, Joan Maze shares her thoughts on the importance of educating students on how to work with persons of color in clinical settings. “Northwestern Health Sciences University engages our community in conversation and action in support of black lives, inclusion, and healthcare equity.”
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