The social mission of a health professions school is the contribution of the school in its mission, programs, and the performance of its graduates, faculty and leadership in advancing health equity and addressing the health disparities of the society in which it exists. These resources include web-based resources, downloadable articles, videos, and other materials. Visit the Social Mission Resources page here.
Structural racism refers to various systems’ policies and procedures that perpetuate racial inequity among non-white individuals. Structural racism encompasses social, economic and political systems beyond the individual or singular institutional level. The Beyond Flexner Alliance carefully curated a non-exhaustive list of structural racism resources, shared by experts in the field, to serve as tools for deeper learning, self-evaluation and future steps. Visit the Structural Racism Resources page here.