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Curricular Innovations to Address Structural Racism in Medical Education
May 11, 11:40 am – 12:30 pm PDT
Speaker: Jyothi Marbin
Dr. Marbin will discuss curricular innovations to teach anti-racism within graduate medical education as part of her overall work training physicians as anti-racist physician changemakers. She will discuss how she and her team have used a critical consciousness as a guiding theory behind anti-racist curriculum development.
Dr. Marbin is the new director of the Joint Medical Program. Dr. Marbin comes to the JMP from the UCSF Department of Pediatrics, where she served as the associate program director (APD) for Recruitment and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) for the Pediatrics Residency Program; the director of the Pediatric Leaders Advancing Health Equity (PLUS) Residency Program; and co-director of the Health Equity & Racial Justice Graduate Medical Education Pathway. Dr. Marbin is an associate clinical professor and general pediatrician who practices at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG). Earlier, Dr. Marbin worked at Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (BCHO). Dr. Marbin completed her undergraduate work at Brown University. Prior to starting medical school, she worked with City Year Rhode Island for five years, where she eventually assumed the role of executive director. Dr. Marbin received her medical degree from the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown and completed her pediatric residency training in the PLUS program at UCSF. She completed the UCSF Teaching Scholars Program in 2017, and received a post-baccalaureate certificate in ethnic studies from San Francisco State University in 2020.