How the Pitfalls of Fake Science Might Skew Your Diversity & Inclusion Approach

Recently there has been increased publicity around “fake” scientific studies. These have two major implications for our work. First, they may serve to increase existing skepticism about the value of applying scientific evidence to D&I efforts. Second, well-meaning D&I consultants and trainers may not know how to distinguish real studies from fake evidence or high-quality…

White picture frame as metaphor for white racial frame on health inequalities

Studying Racial Inequalities from a White Racial Frame

In addition to directing Partners in Equity & Inclusion (diversity & inclusion climate assessment, training, consulting) I am also a researcher studying racial and other inequalities in health care. Given the atrocities around us (and, of course, the unbearable cesspool of the Trump Campaign) it’s been hard to just continue on with the same research…