July 7, 2020
Even with the best intentions, standing up and speaking out in this political—and professional–climate can feel like traversing a minefield. What to say, how to say it, and who it should come from poses challenges for individual providers and organizations alike.
While there’s no simple formula for how to take responsibility for social injustice, I’d like to share three lessons I learned from my time on the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Diversity and Inclusion Committee that can offer principles we can adhere to—and steps we can take—as we work to speak up for others that can be adapted to local, organizational, and individual circumstances.
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