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Building Community and Promoting Resilience for Trainees Who Identify as Women of Color Through an Original, Resident-Led Seminar Series

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Acknowledgments

A summary of this project was previously presented in the poster session of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatry Residency Training (AADPRT) Annual Meeting on March 1, 2019, in San Diego, CA. The authors would like to thank the Cambridge Health Alliance CLER (Clinical Learning Environment Review) Committee and the Institute for Community Health for assistance with project development and execution, as well as the participating trainees for their support and feedback.

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This initiative received an institutional Cambridge Health Alliance CEO CLER award to fund the cost of the project.

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Mann, P., Frank, A. Building Community and Promoting Resilience for Trainees Who Identify as Women of Color Through an Original, Resident-Led Seminar Series. Acad Psychiatry 45, 49–53 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-020-01353-3

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