Levers of change: a review of contemporary interventions to enhance diversity in medical schools in the USA

The following article, published in Advances in Medical Education and Practice, discusses the importance and salience of having administrative leaders with an explicit commitment to workforce and student diversity. Organizational leadership shapes the general work climate and expectations concerning diversity, recruitment, and retention. The aim of medical education is to cultivate a workforce with the perspectives, aptitudes, and skills needed to fuel community-responsive health-care institutions. A commitment toward diversity needs to be made.

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Organizational Factors

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