Patient Discrimination against Medical Personnel
We don't stand for doctors discriminating against patients on the basis of race, but what about when the tables are turned? At this event, Kimani Paul-Emile of Fordham Law School led a discussion of her new article in the UCLA Law Review, Patients' Racial Preferences and the Medical Culture of Accommodation. Renee Landers of Suffolk Law School and Dr. Fidencio Saldana of Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's and Faulkner Hospitals served as discussants. I. Glenn Cohen, Faculty Co-Director of the Petrie-Flom Center, moderated.
The slides from Renee Landers' presentation are available here.
The slides from Fidencio Saldana's presentation are available here.
Presented with support from the Oswald DeN. Cammann Fund.
VIDEO:Glenn Cohen, Welcome and Introduction
VIDEO: Kimani Paul-Emile, Patients Racial Preferences and the Medical Culture of Accommodation
VIDEO: Renee M. Landers, Diversity and the Healthcare Workforce
VIDEO: Fidencio Saldana, Patient Discrimination Against Medical Personnel
VIDEO: Audience Q & A