About this Event
Panel Moderator: Marie Ozanne
This past summer, our internships collectively focused on communicating medical information and research data in small-scale and large-scale projects. Within their research project, Sarah recognized that many of the interviewees were white and privileged. Similarly, in Margaret’s Physical Therapy internship, she saw mostly white clients who had time and access to attend PT. Both Sarah and Margaret looked at how systemic inequalities influence one’s access to healthcare.
On the other hand, Léa evaluated survey responses and analyzed Objectives and Key Results, Net Promoter Scores, and learning objectives paired with demographic breakdowns to tell the story of different communities. Adrienne created a website that centers black, queer, and transfeminine stories of healing using interview and experience data. Both Léa and Adrienne used their data and experiences to best capture BIPOC voices and highlight needed change in their respective fields.