I’m proud to have an article in this special issue of the American Journal of Law & Medicine. It is a treat to be published alongside scholars I really admire like Ruha Benjamin, Khiara M. Bridges, Terence Keel, Osagie K. Obasogie, Patricia J. Williams, Lundy Braun, and more!
Here’s a taste:
In 1910, Abraham Flexner, a leading U.S. educational scholar, took on a task issued by the Carnegie Foundation to assess the curricular components of medical schools in the United States and Canada. His groundbreaking report transformed the practice of educating doctors, making institutions more standardized and uniform in their aim to educate the next generations of physicians. It is through his work that medical doctors became well-respected professionals with extensive and complex training.
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