Meet the residents who are making the learning environment safer for Black trainees
Residents share what they hope to achieve by volunteering for a working group focused on embedding anti-Black racism principles in accreditation standards, and why this work matters.
Creating a safe learning environment for Black trainees
A new working group aims to create structural change by embedding anti-Black racism principles in accreditation standards.
Safe places to learn and work
Mistreatment is unacceptable in all of its forms. Medical learning and work environments should be safe places for everyone.
Partnership to address racism and support a culturally safe health care system
Ensuring Indigenous Peoples access to care is high quality, culturally safe and free of racism begins with Indigenous-led systemic change in how medical professionals are instructed and evaluated.
What is the Royal College doing about racism?
On June 3, 2020, the Royal College issued our public statement denouncing racism. This statement was made in response to the devastating impacts of anti-Black racism that we have seen over the last several weeks.