Otolaryngologists share and discuss some of the new and ongoing efforts in diversity and inclusiveness at their facilities.
Articles tagged with "diversity"
The shockingly low percentage of Blacks and women in otolaryngology shows that the specialty does not accurately reflect the population it serves. I want to be among those helping to change that.
Life and medicine are continuously changing at a seemingly accelerating pace. When we attempt to avoid change and cling to the ‘way things were,’ we stop moving forward and growing.
Dr. Sims has eloquently identified the value of diversity not only in otolaryngology, but also its contribution to the strength of the U.S. as a nation. Drs. Kuppersmith and Thomas have responded to his editorial indicating steps that the AAO-HNS has taken and is currently taking to increase diversity.
My Viewpoint was intended to call attention to a problem and inspire us to act with more alacrity.