What Does Critical Race Theory Have to Do with Qualitative Research? Part 2
Please join us for an exciting virtual Journal Club. We are fortunate to have renowned medical education researcher Dr. Janice Hanson lead this webinar in which she discusses her in-press qualitative study, “Racial/ethnic disparities in clerkship grading: Perspectives of students and teachers,” Academic Medicine, November 2022 RIME Supplement (See attachment). This will be the 2nd of a 2-part series led by Dr. Hanson.
Dr. Hanson is a Professor of Medicine, the Director of Education Scholarship Development and the Co-Director of the Medical Education Research Unit at Washington University School of Medicine.
This interactive journal club will engage participants in discussion of the results of a study of what explains racial/ethnic disparities in assessment during medical school. After a quick overview of the methods and short presentation of the results of a recently published RIME Research Paper, we will discuss the implications of the results of this study, and how a grounded theory approach to qualitative research illuminated the challenges of racial/ethnic disparities in medical education.
Date: Wednesday, January 25th
Time: 12:00PM PT / 1:00 MT / 2:00 CT / 3:00 ET
Hope to see you then!
Your SIG Co-chairs,
Caroline R. Paul