The Impact of Racism on Patient Safety
Oct 26, 2022
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The cover story describes ways RAND research is helping Dog Tag Inc. better understand how its innovative fellowship for military veterans, spouses, and caregivers shapes the careers and life trajectories of its alumni. Other features explore how veterans fare in the civilian labor market after leaving the military and the impact of racism on patient safety in health care settings. The Q&A with Army veteran Dwayne Butler explores how he is helping the U.S. Department of Defense and individual service branches promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). A commentary by Rhianna Rogers describes seven ways to build a truly equitable DEI strategy.
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