Ahospital in Boston says it will offer “preferential care based on race” and “race-explicit interventions” as part of its new “antiracist agenda for medicine” based on critical race theory, the Daily Caller reports.
According to an article published in the Boston Review, Brigham and Women’s Hospital will offer a program titled “An Antiracist Agenda for Medicine,” later this spring. The program uses a “reparations framework” for allocating medical resources in order to “comprehensively confront structural racism,” according to Harvard Medical School instructors Bram Wispelwey and Michelle Morse who wrote the report.
“Together with a coalition of fellow practitioners and hospital leaders, we have developed what we hope will be a replicable pilot program for direct redress of many racial health care inequities,” Wispelwey and Morse noted that their program is in part based on Critical Race Theory.
Dr. Bram Wispelwey, and Dr. Michelle Morse, both of whom teach at Harvard Medical School, have called for the allocation of medical resources to be done on the basis of race. t.co/g73VMmiHkG
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