The Gold Connection: A Gold Humanism Honor Society Podcast
The first episode opens the conversation about the 2020 GHHS National Initiative, Humanism and Healing: Structural Racism and its Impact on Medicine, and features a variety of perspectives from a GHHS chapter advisor, two medical students and GHHS members, and a Gold Foundation leader. All are members of the GHHS Advisory Council.
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Hellen Ransom, DHCE | Producer & Editor
Hellen Ransom, DHCE, HEC-C (Producer and Editor of Episode #1) is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Ethicist at The Brody School of Medicine (BSOM) at East Carolina University, where she’s the Faculty Advisor for BSOM’s Chapter of Gold Humanism Honor Society.
- Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, Susan Horowitz Cain, 2012. Listen to her TED Talk.
Articles & Resources:
- “The Struggle and Triumph of America’s First Black Doctors” in The Atlantic
- Bryan Stevenson: It’s time to change the narrative around race and poverty — A Q&A with AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) and the civil rights lawyer and author of Just Mercy, who spoke at Learn Serve Lead 2019: The AAMC Annual Meeting
- “The Power of Proximity” talk by Bryan Stevenson
- Project Implicit — Implicit Association Tests on a variety of topics
- TEDEd cartoon on Plato and the Allegory of the Cave
- National Institutes of Health: Opening Doors: The History of Contemporary African American Academic Surgeons
- Latino Medical Student Association
- Student National Medical Association
- “How med schools, residency programs can diversify doctor workforce” — article from the American Medical Association
- “Doctors Should Learn to Fight Injustice, Not Just Pandemics“ — a Medscape Commentary
- Breaking the Bias — a podcast from Consciously Unbiased
- Woke Doctors — Instagram account
- Twitter thread started by Dr. Mahad Minhas to encourage physicians to offer to mentor and advise fourth-year underrepresented minority medical students, by specialty