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AAVMC's Diversity & Inclusion on Air: Conversations about Diversity, Inclusion & Veterinary Medicine
57 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
107: Social Colorblindness
On this episode, DEI staff Richard Barajas of UW-Madison and Melanie Ragin of Cornell stop by to discuss social colorblindness. If you or someone you know has ever said "Hey, I don't even see color" when discussing race, this episode explores the ideology, what is really meant by the statement and how it all serves to uphold racism and other forms of discrimination. The Dangers of Colorblind Socialization https://bit.ly/3O56Gc3 Who is More Likely to ‘‘Not See Race’’? Individual Differences in Racial Colorblindness https://bit.ly/3APSXmL Cultural Competence Continuum https://bit.ly/3O6QZRT Clare on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@clarabellecwb
50 minutes | Jul 20, 2022
106: Racialized Pet Ownership Narratives
On this episode of the podcast, Dr. Adilia James of Endicott College revisits the show to discuss her research on racism in veterinary medicine. Her recent paper describes the stories we tell ourselves about pet ownership across, and even sometimes within, race. These racialized narratives have the ability to shape the way veterinarians and other veterinary professionals view pet owners whose race may be different than their own. Unfit Stewards: The Role of the Intensive Pet Parenting Ideology in Constructing Racialized Narratives: https://bit.ly/3aDEsrn
54 minutes | Jun 28, 2022
105: Wellbeing & PrideVMC
On this episode of the podcast, PrideVMC president, Dr. Dane Whitaker, and Auburn psychology professor, Dr. Tracey Witte join Dr. Greenhill to talk about their research into the well-being of LGBTQIA+ veterinarians and veterinary students. Findings show that not only do these professionals and students experience poor well-being outcomes, but their well-being and mental health challenges are also exacerbated by experiencing identity-based marginalizations. PrideVMC's Gender Identity Bill of Rights https://pridevmc.org/gibor/ The Williams Institute
63 minutes | Jun 14, 2022
104: Is Professionalism Inclusive?
On this episode of the show, Amanda Bates of NCSU drops by to discuss the challenges associated with the concept of professionalism. We will talk about how race, gender, age, and social media shape our interpretations of what is “professional,” as well as the inherent expectations of assimilation embedded in the construct. Professionalism as a Social Construct: The Evolution of a Concept https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4857502/ Do Your Diversity Initiatives Promote Assimilation Over Inclusion? https://hbr.org/2022/02/do-your-diversity-initiatives-promote-assimilation-over-inclusion
46 minutes | May 25, 2022
103: Diversity & the AVMA
On this episode of the show, Dr. Janet Donlin, CEO of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), stops by to talk about efforts to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in veterinary medicine in the wake of the social uprisings of 2020 and the “Wake Up Vet Med” campaign.
64 minutes | May 16, 2022
102: Trans & Non-Binary BIPOCs In Vet Med
On this episode of the show, Dr. Erika Hendel & DVM student, Marina Huenchunir discuss being transgender and/or non-binary, a person of color, and being/studying to be a veterinarian. They talk about being marginalized but also finding community through organizations like PrideVMC.
53 minutes | Apr 22, 2022
101: Access To Care During The Pandemic
On this episode of the show, Dr. Michael Blackwell, Director of the Program for Pet Health Equity, stops by to discuss access to veterinary care during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about drive-ups, telehealth access, and who has and hasn’t been able to see a veterinarian during the pandemic.
62 minutes | Jan 25, 2022
100: Muslims In Veterinary Medicine
On this episode of the show, Dr. Hindatu Mohammed, and veterinary students Lena Huraibi and Faheem Ilyas join up to discuss being Muslim in the veterinary profession. We also celebrate the 100th episode of AAVMC's Diversity and Inclusion on Air!
55 minutes | Jan 7, 2022
99: Conflict Resolution & Diversity
On this episode of the show, Drs. Nance Algert & Kenita Rogers stop by to discuss resolving conflict around diversity, equity and inclusion issues. We discuss the nature of the conflict and some strategies for navigating tough terrain!
33 minutes | Dec 8, 2021
98: Dealing With DEI Crises
On this episode of the podcast, Dr. Laura Molgaard, Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at University of Minnesota, discussed leading the college through the last year of social unrest after the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent trial for Derek Chauvin.
55 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
97: 2021 Iverson Bell Awardee Dr. Ruby Perry
On this episode of the show, 2021 Iverson Bell Awardee, Dr. Ruby Perry stops by to discuss her lifetime of diversity work in veterinary medicine. Dr. Perry is the dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Tuskegee University!.
67 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
96: Women, the Academy & the Pandemic
On this episode of the show, an amazing group of veterinarians sit down to chat about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women faculty. Drs. Tamara Hancock, Debbie Kochevar, Mandy Martinot and Lubna Nasir talk about their personal experiences and observations.
57 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
95: Restorative Justice
On this episode of the show, Dr. Jen Brandt teams up with host, Dr. Lisa Greenhill for an important discussion about advancing DEI work through the lenses of restorative justice and cancel culture! Helpful Resource: http://restorativejustice.org/
55 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
94: 2021 Lowrie Awardee, Dr. Melissa Sheth
On this episode of the show Dr. Melissa Sheth stops by to discuss her efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine. Melissa is the 2021 recipient of the Patricia L. Lowrie Diversity Leadership Award. Ms. Lowrie joinsthe discussion!
57 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
93: Course Correcting Ableism
On this episode of the show, disability educator, Regina Carey chats about systemic ableism, what is disability and what we can do in academic veterinary medicine to reduce ableism.
50 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
92: BVEDS Revisited
On this episode of the show, Drs. Navaratnam Partheeban & Marissa Robson will share what the British Veterinary Ethnicity & Diversity Society (BVEDS) has been up since we last checked in. So much has happened: a pandemic, social uprisings and more!
40 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
91: Pride 2021!
On this episode of the show, Dr. Erika Gisela Lin-Hendel and Dr. Dane Whitaker from PrideVMC discuss current efforts within the LGBT+ community in veterinary medicine. We’ll discuss Pride Month 2021, the rash of anti-trans legislation in the US, and how we can all be better allies! Allyship resources: https://pridevmc.org/allyship-resources/ Pride 2021 events and activities: https://tinyurl.com/PrideVMCPride2021 To order stethoscope pronoun clips made by the PrideSVMC student team on a 3D printer with all proceeds going to the student group visit the merch page of the PrideVMC website: https://pridevmc.org/merchandise/
31 minutes | May 31, 2021
90: AAPI Professionals In Veterinary Medicine
On this episode of the show, Hira Basit, one of the founders of the Association of Asian Veterinary Medical Professionals, stops by to discuss this new affinity group, the ongoing attacks against Asian Americans, and what we all can do to better support our colleagues!
58 minutes | May 24, 2021
89: Advising URVM Pre-Veterinary Students
On this episode of the show, UFL’s Alex Avelino and NAAHP’s Tony Wynne chat about meeting the advising needs of the underrepresented pre-veterinary student. They will chat about access to advising, combating bias and making sure these future applicants are well positioned as they take their next step in becoming a veterinarian. www.naahp.org https://www.urnm.org/
44 minutes | May 5, 2021
88: Bias in Veterinary Admissions?
On this episode of Diversity & Inclusion on Air, Dr. Jim Lloyd joins podcast host, Dr. Lisa Greenhill to discuss their recent monograph exploring applicant experience during the admissions process. The authors will discuss findings that point to possible bias in veterinary admissions. AAVMC Admissions: Report of 2019 Student Survey Analysis https://bit.ly/3u6Aqw1 AAVMC's Current Community Read: The Merit Myth: How Our Colleges Favor the Rich and Divide America by Anthony Patrick Carnevale, Jeff Strohl, and Peter Schmidt To Read with us: https://form.jotform.com/210844802363149
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