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Author: Bullock et. al.

Publication: They Don’t See a Lot of People My Color: A Mixed Methods Study of Racial/Ethnic Stereotype Threat Among Medical Students on Core Clerkships Acad Med. 2020 Aug 4.

Purpose: The research team set out to determine the prevalence of racial stereotype threat in medical students AND to explore students’ experiences of stereotype threat in clinical rotations.

Voting for Methodology and Educational Impact: 23:00

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