These three readings explore the complexities of identity and power in the clinical setting from the patient and physician perspectives.
- Manning, Kimberly D. “The nod.” JAMA 312.2 (2014): 133-134.
- Gridley, Samantha. “The Gold–Hope Tang, MD 2015 Humanism in Medicine Essay Contest: Third Place Gauze and Guns.” Academic Medicine 90.10 (2015): 1356-1357.
- Lynch, Katrina. “The Gold–Hope Tang, MD 2015 Humanism in Medicine Essay Contest: Second Place The Doctor Will See You Now.” Academic Medicine 90.11 (2015): 1530-1531.
Optional readings for students who want to explore more:
- Bourgois P, Holmes SM, Sue K, Quesada J. Structural Vulnerability: Operationalizing the Concept to Address Health Disparities in Clinical Care. Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2017;92(3):299-307. doi:10.1097/ACM.0000000000001294.
- Metzl JM, Petty J. Integrating and Assessing Structural Competency in an Innovative Prehealth Curriculum at Vanderbilt University. Academic Medicine. 2017;92(3):354-359. doi:10.1097/ACM.0000000000001477.