Virtual Mentoring Hour: Teaching Anti-Racism Through Simulation

Continuing the popular Sim Academy Virtual Mentor hour series, we now bring you the August  "Virtual Mentor Hour."   Simulated cases related to racism and diversity must be carefully created with help from experts and with attention to systemic issues of racism.  It is expected that experiential learning related to race will be requested from many of us that teach with simulation.  Thus, there is a very timely and tangible need for collaborative content. 
Authors
  • Valerie Dobiesz

    Brigham & Womens Hospital/Harvard Medical School

  • Nur-Ain Nadir

    Clinical Assistant Professor

    Kaiser Permanente Central Valley Modesto

  • Anika Backster

    Emory University School of Medicine

  • Oyin Okubanjo

    Advocate Christ Medical Center

  • Jordana Haber, MD, MACM

    Director of Clinical Education, Director of Simulation Department of Emergency Medicine, UMC Assistant Professor, UNLV School of Medicine Las Vegas, NV

    Jordana J. Haber is director of clinical education and simulation, and assistant professor for the department of emergency medicine at University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Medicine. She has completed a fellowship in medical education, and Masters in academic medicine.
  • Cassandra Bradby, MD

    Dr. Cassandra Bradby is an EM physician and Assistant Professor at Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. As a graduate of Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN, she has dedicated her career to improving diversity and inclusion in medicine through mentoring and education. After finishing up as the Education Chief Resident at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY, Dr. Bradby headed back south to Greenville, NC where she now serves as the Residency Program Director and Vice Chair for Diversity and Inclusion for the Department of Emergency Medicine at Vidant Medical Center.
  • Michael Falk

    Children's National Medical Center