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Investigating the degree of inclusion of Black health and anti-Black racism in medical education and public health education curricula.
About the project
The Situational Assessment was conducted to identify the degree of inclusion of anti-Black racism in medical and public health education in Canada, existing resources, and assets beneficial for our work.
The results of the situational assessment made it increasingly clear that adequate and appropriate knowledge on Black health and anti-Black racism remain largely absent and/or inconsistent in medical and public health curricula across Canada. The findings of the situational assessment are being used to address this gap as we develop a suite of resources on anti-Black racism and Black health based on the tenets of critical race theory here.
We are now in the final stages of editing two reports summarizing the findings of the situational assessment.
To gauge how anti-Black racism and Black health is represented in medical and public health education curricula.
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