Persistent health inequalities are evidence that DEI programs are still needed — even as the term becomes a political pawn

These arguments may sound convincing at first, but the thinking behind them is wrong. As a physician, I’m trained to weigh the potential harms of overtreatment against the risks of undertreatment or not taking action. The critical risk at DEI is not that we occasionally go too far or miss our mark. We should accept … Read more