Dismantling racism in healthcare demands a concerted effort on many fronts and a key component is medical education that promotes racial justice. Our curriculum teaches how racism affects routine care, and how we, as healthcare professionals, may unknowingly propagate health disparities.
The Stanford Advanced Practice Provider Leadership Certificate Program is a 4-month cohort- based learning experience for early to mid-career Advanced Practice Providers (APPs).
Application Opens May 8, 2023
Visit out Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) hub to learn more about how you can promote social justice, support a more inclusive culture of medicine, & offer actionable steps for health equity.
Stanford CME in collaboration with other medical organizations supports the call to action for the National Physician Suicide Awareness Day | NPSA Day on September 17th. With a variety of educational formats and resources, we invite you to join in on the conversation.
Stanford Medcast is an educational podcast ideal for clinician on the go. Hot topics in medicine, healthcare, and education are discussed with world leading physicians and scientists.
Vaccine hesitancy challenges healthcare providers. The percentage of vaccinated Americans has grown, while the percentage of those who have been undecided has fallen. However, the number of people who oppose vaccination has remained steady.