Best Practices for the Conduct of Research that is Anti-Racist: Time for Formal, Tailored Curricula

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We don’t question the years of formal and practical instruction it takes to develop competence in clinical medicine, and with good reason. It would be unconscionable to allow someone without adequate preparation or the proper tools perform a procedure. How do we ensure that researchers are similarly equipped with the tools and knowledge to remain cutting-edge in the practice of science, especially when it comes to considerations of race and ethnicity?

Journal:

JAMA Pediatrics
Authors:

Montoya-Williams D, Wallis KE, Duncan AF