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PeDRA Publications Related to EDI
Kamara, Michael, et al. “Disparities in Availability of Skin Therapies found in Public Assistance Formularies” Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (2021).
Silverberg, Nanette, et al. “Training in pediatric skin of color: Suggested curricular guidelines of the pediatric dermatology research alliance special interest group in pediatric skin of color” Pediatric Dermatology (2021).
Davies, Olivia, et al. “Diversity in pediatric dermatology: A report from the Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance and a call to action” Pediatric Dermatology (2021).
Huang, Jennifer, et al. “Achieving equity and inclusion in pediatric dermatology research: Priorities and considerations” Pediatric Dermatology (2021).
Learn More About PeDRA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee
PeDRA’s EDI Committee identifies disparities and inequities in pediatric dermatology research and the PeDRA organization and works to implement strategies to overcome them. Learn more.
PeDRA Makes an Early Impact on Issues of EDI in Pediatric Dermatology Research
PeDRA announces four important milestones reached behind their pledge to address issues of EDI in pediatric dermatology research. Learn more.
Pathways: AAD-SID Gap Year Fellowship – aims to increase the representation of minorities in academic dermatology by supporting a competitive yearlong research program under the supervision of a vetted mentor. By engaging underrepresented students in basic, translational, or clinical research, the fellowship program will help develop tomorrow’s leaders in medicine and biomedical research. The grants are provided by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) and the Society of Investigative Dermatology (SID), as part of the “Pathways: Inclusivity in Dermatology” program to increase the number of practicing URiM dermatologists.