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School of Medicine Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs . Jewish at BUMC: A Conversation. January 25, 2012 6:00 PM. The Expanding Definition of Diversity. Race Ethnicity Gender Sexual O rientation Gender I dentity Socio-economic Status Immigration Status Age

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school of medicine office of diversity and multicultural affairs

School of Medicine Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs

Jewish at BUMC: A Conversation

January 25, 2012 6:00 PM

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The Expanding Definition of Diversity

Race

Ethnicity

Gender

Sexual Orientation

Gender Identity

Socio-economic Status

Immigration Status

Age

Disabilities

Religious Beliefs

Political Beliefs

Military Service

Marital Status

Same Sex Marriage

Children

Nationality

Educational Attainment

Language

Health Care Disparities

Interracial Marriage

Intercultural Marriage

Urban vs. Rural

examples of diversity organizations on campus

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIANS FOR INDIAN ORIGIN (AAPI)

  • ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN MEDICAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION (APAMSA)
  • CHRISTIAN MEDICAL DENTAL ASSOCIATION (CMDA)
  • IRANIAN HEALTH CARE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
  • MAIMONIDES SOCIETY
  • MEDICAL GAY AND LESBIAN ORGANIZATION (MedGLO)
  • MEDICAL STUDENTS FOR CHOICE (MSFC)
  • PHYSICIAN FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (PHR)
  • SOUTH ASIAN MEDICAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION (SAMSA)
  • STUDENT NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (SNMA)
  • OTHER
Examples of Diversity Organizations on Campus
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Black at BUMC - A Conversation

The Office of Diversity of Multicultural Affairs invites you to a panel discussion

on issues affecting students, residents, and faculty of color.

                         Thursday, May 19, 2011 - 6:00 p.m.

                          BU School of Medicine, Room L-109

The goal of this activity is to have a candid dialogue on the challenges and successes

of black students & physicians at our institution.  It is anticipated that this exchange

will greatly benefit students and residents following the footsteps of our distinguished panelists.                                       

              David Harrison, MD, Obstetrics and Gynecology

FataiIlupeju, DDS, MD, MPH, Anesthesiologist

               Monica Miller, MD, Plastic Surgery

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Muslim at BUMC - A Conversation

The Office of Diversity of Multicultural Affairs invites you to a panel discussion on issues

affecting Muslim students, residents, faculty and staff.

Thursday, June 16, 6 p.m.            BU School of Medicine, Room R-103

The goal of this activity is to have a candid dialogue on the challenges and successes of Muslims at our institution.

It is anticipated that this exchange will greatly benefit students, residents and faculty following the footsteps of our

distinguished panelists. Individuals from any ethnicity and culture are strongly encouraged to attend.

Panelists:

- Alex Norbash, MD - Mohammed Hassan, MD

- ShaistaQuareshi, MD - AsimMian, MD

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LGBT at BUMC - A Conversation

The Office of Diversity of Multicultural Affairs invites you to a panel discussion on issues

affecting Muslim students, residents, faculty and staff.

            BU School of Medicine, Room R-103

The goal of this activity is to have a candid dialogue on the challenges and successes of LGBT at our institution.

It is anticipated that this exchange will greatly benefit students, residents and faculty following the footsteps of our

distinguished panelists. Individuals from any ethnicity and culture are strongly encouraged to attend.

Panelists:

- Doug Hughes, MD - Theajames, MD

- Dan Oates, MD

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Jewish at BUMC - A Conversation

Edward A. Alexander, MD

Professor of Medicine and Physiology

Michael A. Grodin, MD

Professor of Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Bioethics, Human Rights and Judaic Studies

Aviva Lee-Parritz, MD

Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Ilan Mizrahi

4th year medical student

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What is the history of the Jews at BU School of Medicine?

What is the mission of the Maimonides society and is its relation with the Hillel House?

Can someone describe the student and faculty exchange program with Hadassah Medical School?

Someone suggested that the three most divisive issues among Jews are LGBT, abortion, and Israel. Is this correct?

What are you opinions regarding anti-Semitism today?

What is happening to the Jewish male medical student?

Can we comment on Jewish empowerment, pride and identity?

How does today’s Jewish medical student differ from those of the past?

Who is a Jew? (to explore the cultural, religious, genealogical, and personal dimensions of the question)

Can we summarize the history of Black-Jewish relations in the USA?

What has been the impact of Jewish bioethics?

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