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The Underrepresented in Medicine Journey to Academic Medicine Podcast

Episode 14: Shaping Family Medicine through Scholarly Writing with José Rodriguez, MD

José Rodriguez, MD, shares how his willingness to say yes to strategic opportunities has shaped an academic career path that matches his passions and interests. He shares why family medicine is uniquely suited to support diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and act as leaders of change in academic medicine. For students and residents looking to develop their leadership path, scholarly publication is a key skill for shaping the future of academic family medicine. For those who are looking for a starting place in academic writing, Dr Rodriguez shares some resources and advice to help those at any level.

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Hosted by Tochi Iroku-Malize, MD, MPH, MBA, and Omari Hodge, MD, FAAFP

 

Resources

'Flying Below the Radar': A Qualitative Study of Minority Experience and Management of Discrimination in Academic Medicine

Addressing the Minority Tax: Perspectives from Two Diversity Leaders on Building Minority Faculty Success in Academic Medicine 

Center for Underrepresented Minorities in Academic Medicine

Family Physicians Inquires Network - FPIN

FPIN's Clinical Inquiries

Leadership through Scholarship Fellowship

Family Medicine Journal - Submissions 

PRiMER Journal - Submit a Manuscript

 

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