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On Nov. 17, 23 students at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM) traveled to Drexel University's College of Medicine to attend the 2018 Racism in Medicine Conference. Since 2015, medical students from Pennsylvania and New Jersey have collaborated to host the conference, whose purpose is to provide an opportunityfor people in healthcare or related fields to examinethe ways that racism affects the health of marginalized peopleand to develop strategies to oppose it. It is the second year GCSOM has participated.
On Nov. 17, Ashanti Littlejohn, a first-year medical student at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM), traveled with 22 other GCSOM students to Drexel University's College of Medicine participate in the 2018 Racism in Medicine Conference. At the conclusion of the event, Ms. Littlejohn was appointed to represent GCSOM on the annual conference's Inter School Planning Committee.