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ABIM Foundation awards grant to increase diversity in the medical field
The ABIM Foundation has awarded $15,000 to DiverseMedicine Inc. to evaluate the nationwide impact of its various diversity, equity and inclusion programs.The ABIM Foundation has awarded $15,000 to DiverseMedicine Inc. to evaluate the nationwide impact of its various diversity, equity and inclusion programs.
A Year in Review Since ABIM Foundation’s Statement on Racial Justice
This year has undeniably changed the way we do things: the way we stay connected to our friends and family, the way we interact with our patients, the way we stand up for one another.
My experience at a rural HIV clinic taught me about the importance of trustworthy relationships
Kelly Rand, MA, CPH
Leading Internal Medicine Organizations Award Nearly $300K in Grants to Promote a More Equitable U.S. Health System
How COVID-19 May Be the Catalyst We Need to Accelerate Trust in Medicine
Standing in Solidarity with India:
ABIM and the ABIM Foundation Send Contribution for Oxygen Infrastructure to India
Building Trustworthiness in the Health Care System Now and in the Future
Trust centers on vulnerability & the need to care for the vulnerable patient. Daniel Wolfson, EVP & COO used this definition to construct the drivers of trust around four “Cs”.
Trust: The Evolution of Professionalism
The ABIM Foundation is on a journey to promote trustworthiness in all relationships as a means of achieving excellence in the health care system.
11th annual John A. Benson Jr., MD Professionalism Article Prize
Selected articles included three commentary and three research articles, and explored topics such as professionalism implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the physician-patient encounter, structural racism and gender bias.
JAMA Publishes Trust Viewpoints Inspired by ABIMF Forum
JAMA published an editorial and six articles this week about trust and health care—the centerpiece of the Foundation’s work to improve American health care.
COVID-19 and Communities of Color
David Williams, PhD delivered this year’s Kimball Lecture about the disproportionate effect COVID-19 has had on communities of color.
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