Bridging the Gap and Strengthening Our Community: Building Our Understanding of Microaggressions, Implicit Bias, and Cultural Humility – Part One

Authors
  • Rosny Daniel

    Dr. Rosny Daniel was born and raised in Southern California, but has called San Francisco his home for the last ten years. He completed his medical school, emergency medicine residency, chief residency and medical education fellowship at University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Daniel is currently a faculty member and Assistant Professor in the department of emergency medicine at UCSF. He is the director of DEI in residency curriculum. He also serves on the executive board of EM Foundations as Director of EDI. His interests include mentorship, advocacy, medical education, social emergency medicine, justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Rosny educates medical students, residents and faculty on topics ranging from generational differences in the workplace to creating equitable educational content to anti-racism in medicine to treating common emergency department complaints. His goal is to model longitudinal incorporation of equity/inclusion training in emergency medicine residency training across the nation and beyond. In his spare time he enjoys making and drinking fancy cocktails, going to concerts, listening to emo gen z rap, exercising, watching the Lakers, cooking, playing tug-o-war with his dog or traveling when he can.
  • Cortlyn Brown, MD