Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): Maximizing Impacts in Medical Education and Health Care

This hour-long workshop empowers learners with key knowledge relevant to DACA and institutional policies conducive to the inclusion and success of those undocumented in medicine.

Resuscitation Leadership Training: A Simulation Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Residents

This resuscitation team leadership module has EM residents participate in an initial simulation of a critically ill patient before undergoing a didactic presentation regarding crisis resource management principles. 

Reproductive Justice: A Case-Based, Interactive Curriculum
This interactive, case-based module teaches postclerkship medical students about reproductive justice (the right to personal bodily autonomy, to have children or not, and to parent in safe, sustainable communities) and its relevance to clinical practice.


Active Calls for Submission

Structural and interpersonal expressions of racism afflict health care, whether manifesting as social determinants of health, policies that create health disparities, or diagnostic algorithms that bias treatment decisions. Racism also underlies discriminatory mistreatment of students, trainees, and physicians and the underrepresentation of non-white identities in medicine. MedEdPORTAL invites submissions that work toward dismantling racism within our profession through training and education.
The adverse effects of climate change are already apparent, pervasive, and growing. Health care professionals must play a key role in identifying, treating, and preventing climate-related adverse health outcomes while ensuring equity for all patients and communities. MedEdPORTAL invites submissions of generalizable teaching and learning climate and health curricula for integration into health professional training.
Language is the principal tool that clinicians use in providing healthcare. Populations with non-English language preferences are more likely to experience health inequities outcomes compared to English-speaking patients. Additionally, the standard use of language in healthcare communication may be ineffective for patients with sensory or cognitive impairments. MedEdPORTAL invites submissions with a focus on equitable language-appropriate healthcare and medical language education.