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The Creation of the Minority Housestaff Organization: a Liberated Space for Underrepresented Minority Physicians to Thrive in Medicine

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Inginia Genao MD, Jessica Isom MD, MPH, Ria Roberts MD, Priscilla Agyemang MD, Karen McCausland MBA.

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Balasuriya, L., Gregory, A., Hernandez, A. et al. The Creation of the Minority Housestaff Organization: a Liberated Space for Underrepresented Minority Physicians to Thrive in Medicine. Acad Psychiatry 45, 73–77 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-020-01285-y

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