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Canadian medical schools shift from “medical expertise” training to “anti-racism” and “social justice” brainwashing

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (RCPS) in Canada is pushing for a radical shift in medical school curriculum. Instead of teaching students “medical expertise,” the RCPS wants medical school students to learn about “anti-racism” and other “social justice” issues that have nothing to do with providing patient care.

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An interim report from the college’s Anti-Racism Expert Working Group states that the new emphasis in medical schools across Canada should center around “values such as anti-oppression, anti-racism and social justice, rather than medical expertise.”

By “de-centering medical expertise,” the RCPS hopes Canadian medical schools will spend a whole lot more time dealing with anti-racism, anti-oppression, “social justice and equity,” “inclusive compassion,” and “decolonization.”

“Anti-racism is deeply rooted in anti-oppression, which analyzes the world through the lens of power, including the historical and ongoing structures of racism, white supremacy, settler colonialism, heteropatriarchy, capitalism, ableism, classism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and more,” the report states.

“Anti-racism and antioppression call for action on the manifestations of oppression based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, immigration status and more.”

(Related: So-called “higher education” is becoming so “woke” that many students are shifting back to taking classes and getting degrees at technical schools that teach valuable skills.)

Modern medicine a woke nightmare

In a separate report, the group Do No Harm highlights the many problems with this proposed new educational approach. Do No Harm stands against the RCPS proposal, just as it stands against similar such efforts at medical schools in the United States.

A Do No Harm investigation found that “the admissions process at 50 of the top-ranked medical schools found that 36 asked applicants their views on, or experience in, DEI efforts” in order to “screen out dissenters.” In other words, it is not about a student’s medical acumen; it is about admitting only those students who support radical, anti-white DEI curriculum.

The DEI invasion of Western medicine is now so bad that most U.S. medical schools currently have at least some DEI and diversity courses incorporated into their curriculums. Some even offer an alternative Hippocratic oath pledge that centers around social justice and anti-racist action rather than patient care.

It is unknown to what extent the RCPS hopes to change traditional medical school curriculum across Canada. Would the entire curriculum have to change, or does the RCPS simply want a greater focus on anti-white DEI issues?

“With a kid in his first-year of medical school at Georgetown, I am amazed at the overwhelming burden on these students in taking these medical courses,” writes American attorney Jonathan Turley.

“The first year curriculum seems an all-consuming effort to cover the basic medical jargon, training and science. I cannot imagine shoe-horning other subjects into that dense coverage or what would be jettisoned to make room for the new emphasis.”

In the comments on Turley’s website, someone issued a warning to white Canadians that the “new medicine” being proposed by the RCPS “will allow you the privilege of dying to atone for your whiteness.” Another noted that the U.S. faces a similar threat of anti-white curriculum being embedded into medical school curriculum.

“The U.S. system of education is working perfectly, just as the communists (liberals, progressives, socialists, democrats, RINOs, AINOs) command,” wrote another.

“Sadly, the basic tenet of Primum non nocere (First do no Harm) would cover all their concerns about care of diverse populations in medicine without false narrative of DEI particularly when that narrative takes away from acceptance of bright dedicated students, sacrifices medical knowledge and unnecessarily adds to the stressors of medical students without any intellectual reward,” expressed another.

Would you trust a modern doctor who has undergone “woke” brainwashing at “medical school?” Learn more at BadMedicine.news.

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