Uché Blackstock

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Uché Blackstock

Tackline healthcare equity
October 2, 2019

Uché Blackstock

In This Episode, You’ll Hear About

Our conversation today features Dr. Uché Blackstock. She is a Harvard educated physician who is passionate about equality and justice in society. She’s talking to us about her upbringing, what can be done to address implicit and explicit bias in healthcare, and how she is hard at work curating the change she wants to see in medicine!

Dr. Uché Blackstock is an Emergency Medicine physician and the founder of Advancing Health Equity LLC. Dr. Blackstock delivers talks and trainings on addressing unconscious bias and structural racism in healthcare. She is currently developing a racial equity culture analytic tool for healthcare workplaces.

Links And Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

  • Advancing Health Equity

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