Shares Lack of racial diversity in medical textbooks could mean inequity in care, study suggests

March 5, 2018

Featured Member: Rima Wilkes,

The study by Louie and co-author Rima Wilkes, a sociology professor at the University of British Columbia, found the proportion of dark skin tones represented was very small in images featured in Atlas of Human Anatomy, Bates’ Guide to Physical Examinations and History Taking, Clinically Oriented Anatomy and Gray’s Anatomy for Students.

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Canadian University Acknowledgment of Indigenous Lands, Treaties and Peoples

At many Canadian universities it is now common to publicly acknowledge Indigenous lands, treaties, and peoples. Yet, this practice has yet to be considered as a subject of scholarly inquiry. ...

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