Woke medicine KILLS: 10 examples DEI public health crisis

The left’s woke agenda is full of false public health crises like racism, climate change, and inaccessible “gender-affirming care.”

but, genuine There is a public health crisis at hand, and it goes by the name of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

DEI, which Glenn Beck calls a “sick cancer,” is “invading our medical schools, our physicians, and our practices,” and the consequences are nothing short of devastating.

Do No Harm, an organization founded on the idea of ​​”protecting health care from the dire consequences of identity politics,” states that “23 of America’s top 25 medical schools now offer anti-racist instruction. This is being done as a university.” core It’s part of their curriculum. ” And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Here are 10 examples (among countless others) of how DEI is causing a serious epidemic in healthcare settings.

1. First-year medical students at UCLA were required to attend a lecture as part of a “required course on structural racism.” According to the paper, the guest speaker had the students “get on their hands and knees” while praying to “Mama Earth,” and then “led them in chanting ‘Free, Free Palestine.'” washington free beacon.

2. In February of this year, a man named Dante King—“a visiting faculty member at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine”—“gave a talk titled:Diagnosing Whiteness and Anti-Blackness: White psychopathology, mass psychosis, and trauma in America.Here is just one quote from Dr. King’s speech.

Historical records detail the narcissistic personality disorder and insecurities of white people and their internalized distortions, fears, and perversions toward Africans. In relation to the black race, white people are psychopaths, and their behavior expresses underlying biologically transmitted proclivities that are rooted deep in their evolutionary history. How many people can understand the proclivities that evolved deep in the evolutionary history of white people by raising their hands? … Some people are sitting here saying, “Oh, I don’t want to raise my hand” – that’s called denial. will appear.

3. “Top-ranked Harvard Medical School has an activist course called “Social Change and the Practice of Medicine,” which “teaches aspiring physicians how to become important advocates for social change.”

4. At George Washington University School of Medicine, students enroll in courses with the following titles:

  • “How to talk about race, power, and privilege in the classroom and clinical setting.”
  • “Going beyond being a bystander…to breaking down racial discrimination”
  • “Beyond the binary: Beyond pregnancy and affirming care for people with diverse gender identities.”
  • “Facing America’s History: To End Health Disparities, We Must Eliminate Racism”

5. At Indiana University School of Medicine“First-year students in basic anatomy classes are taught that gender is a social construct, that sex and gender exist along a continuum rather than a binary,” and “male and female gender types.” Masu. [are] Oversimplification. ”

6. Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York, established a Diversity Task Force to ensure that “medical professionals clearly acknowledge that race and racism are at the root of all of these health disparities. ” and produced a lengthy report requiring students to undergo training in: “Bystander Intervention for Prejudice”

7. Medical students at the University of Minnesota “respect the healing practices of all indigenous peoples who have been historically marginalized from Western medicine” and “respect white supremacy, colonialism, [and] gender binary. ”

8. In 2022, David J. Skorton, president of the Association of American Medical Colleges, stated: “We believe in this topic [diversity, equity, and inclusion] They deserve as much attention from learners and educators at every stage of their careers as the latest scientific advances. AAMC, which “forms the accrediting body for medical schools in the United States,” also releases a DEI competency report in 2022, revealing that the agency’s “unquestioned dedication to DEI” “drives medical school admissions standards.” did. This organization is[discouraging] Prohibiting schools from using the MCAT entrance exam as a method of selecting medical students; [making] MCAT is optional. ”

9. Ivy League University of Pennsylvania, “[guarantees] Open to Black students who meet GPA and internship requirements and does not require the MCAT. “These students will receive a 50% discount on their tuition fees.”

10. The majority of medical school applications now “include DEI-related questions” as part of the review process, such as questions about “dedication to DEI” and “DEI-related activities.” Additionally, the MCAT itself has been changed to “improve admissions equity.” “Right now, a quarter of the questions are about social issues and psychology.” Even the US medical licensing exam, which allows medical school graduates to practice as doctors, has been changed to a “pass/fail exam.”

“One-Step exams are usually the biggest deciding factor in choosing residency candidates for a program, but now the numbered scores are It’s not recognized,” Glenn said.

That concludes our list of 10 examples, but it’s more than just scratching the surface of how the DEI cancer is infecting the healthcare industry.

For more on this subject, check out Glenn’s Wednesday night special below.

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