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Stanley Goldfarb on Taking CRT Out of the Exam Room

The Accad & Koka Report

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05/03/2022Michel Accad, MDAnish Koka

Our guest is Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, author of the recently-released Take Two Aspirins and Call Me By My Pronouns, a book that details the intrusion of critical race theory and identity politics into medical education and medical practice. He is a former Associate Dean for Curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and returns to the show to discuss his book and the new organization that he is leading to push back against the new trend.

SHOW NOTES​

  • Stanley Goldfarb: Twitter

  • Do No Harm

  • Related Episode: Ep. 102 Curriculum Subverted: An Academic Leader Pushes Back Against Woke Medicine (with Stanley Goldfarb)

  • Related Episode: Ep. 140 Amy Wax on Wokeness in Medicine

  • Related Episode: Ep. 149 James Lindsay: Critical Race Theory, Post-Modernism, and Medicine

  • Watch the episode on the Accad & Koka Report YouTube channel

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Authors:

Michel Accad, MD

Michel Accad, MD, practices cardiology and internal medicine in San Francisco, offering individualized care in a free-market setting. His blog about health care and medicine is AlertandOriented.com. He also co-hosts the Accad And Koa Report podcast.

Anish Koka

Anish Koka, MD, is a cardiologist in Philadelpia, Pennsylvania. His practice is Koka Cardiology. He co-hosts the Accad and Koa Report podcast.

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