Episode: 64. Five steps for driving community change

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64. Five steps for driving community change
Many systems influence the way med students practice medicine, which ultimately impacts your patients’ lives. Advocacy is the way med students can change those systems for the benefit of your patients and practice as compassionate clinicians. AMSA ad lib caught up with Luis Manriquez, MD, to see how one group of students in Washington state took steps to bring change to their medical curriculum, and he shares how you can strive toward reform in your community and at the curriculum level. Interested in keeping up with the Health Equity Circle? Visit healthequitycircle.org.

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