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APPD Virtual Cafe for APPD Members - Shared screen with speaker view
Patricia Poitevien
32:45
Thanks to the ABP, David and Ndidi Unaka's great leadership on the EPA 14 work!!!
David Turner
34:48
Thanks Pat! (and thank you for being an important part of that team!)
Lanessa Bass
40:07
The 4a work is so needed! Thank you for considering that work. The program can only do as much to help build an inclusive program if we don't have changes to the institutions where our residents are working!
Patricia Poitevien
40:29
@ Lanessa - We agree 100%!!!!
Ruchi Kaushik
41:10
That is surprising. Addressing inequities is EVERYONE’s lane, as humans first and foremost.
Ruchi Kaushik
43:04
I found it quite comprehensive and particularly appreciate the work advocating with ACGME to require some training.
Lanessa Bass
43:27
I may have missed this-- are we discussing with the Pediatric Chairs organization as part of that 4a work
Patricia Poitevien
54:22
So excited Heather!!! Sounds like it is going to be great!!! March 1st!!
Kadriye Lewis
54:31
Racism can be insidious. The question is: How would you change people's mind about racism?
Meg McNamara
56:33
@Pat—Agree 100% and the health systems leaders are aware that these issues need attention. They are looking for academic/corporate “experts” in this work which is fine and necessary and also perhaps overlooking that our community partners have much to teach us around anti-racism. Perhaps as an organization we could elevate the value that our community partners bring and how we should further leverage these partnerships for training our pediatric trainees.
Edwn Zalneraitis
01:00:10
70 million people voted for Donad Trump last November, so there are many misguided
Ruchi Kaushik
01:00:46
Exactly. And some of these people work among us.
Lanessa Bass
01:01:00
@ruchi-- Have you read the book White Fragility? It has some eye opening frame of references. One of them is how we have dichotomized racism into all bad. So anytime we even talk about microaggresions and structural racism, people take it personally. We can only move away from this black and white all bad all good approach on racism.
Ruchi Kaushik
01:01:44
Yes, I did read it after receiving those evaluations. Thank you, Lanessa.
Cassandra Shorter
01:02:29
I know that we talk about residents and faculty speaking on micro gression’s is there an avenue for coordinators to discuss the same.
Cassandra Shorter
01:02:53
microaggresions
Heather Haq
01:03:10
@Cassandra, great question
Jonelle - CHLA
01:04:39
Have to run. Have a good day and continue the good work everyone!
Patricia Poitevien
01:06:04
@Cassandra - such an important perspective...
Patricia Poitevien
01:06:14
TY for sharing it with us
Heather Haq
01:07:13
@Cassandra, thanks so much for raising this for discussion. So important
Dennisse Reyes
01:07:44
@Cassandra--Thank you!
Sybil Pentsil
01:07:47
GREAT POINT Cassandra. Thanks for raising this important issue.
Becky Blankenburg
01:08:08
@cassandra, such an important issue — we can bring up with CHA and AMSPDC...
Patricia Poitevien
01:12:02
TY Becky for your amazing leadership in this area!! I am so proud to be a member of this organization!
Ruchi Kaushik
01:12:10
Thank you so much for APPD s leadership on this!
Cassandra Shorter
01:12:24
Thank you 😊
Heather Haq
01:12:39
Thanks for the great discussion. Much work to do!
Kadriye Lewis
01:12:47
Thanks.
Joanne Agnant
01:12:54
Thank you, everyone!
Kirsten Hawkins (she/her)
01:12:58
thank you all. this was an excellent discussion.