Monthly Archives: September 2016

Should Implicit Bias Testing Be Required On The Admissions Committee? 

Admissions: Maybe, according to these results.  All 140 admissions committee members took a test for white-black implicit bias, and then took a survey based on their experiences.  This was followed by a discussion of aggregate results by the committee along with an … Continue reading

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Our Learners Need That “BERD” In The Hand 

Clinical and Translational Science: For the clinical educator, more questions than answers are raised by this survey data from mostly high-profile US institutions with Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA).  CTSA Consortium institutions were surveyed regarding the biostatistics, epidemiology, and research design (BERD) … Continue reading

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