Diversity At Medical Schools Makes Stronger Doctors, Study Shows

Thursday, September 11, 2008 - 09:49 in Psychology & Sociology

A new UCLA study disputes controversial legislation like Prop. 209 that claimed campus policies to promote student-body diversity were unnecessary and discriminatory. UCLA researchers found that medical students who undergo training in racially diverse schools feel better equipped to care for patients in a diverse society.

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