The following outcomes highlight the success of the Center of Excellence in Health Equity, Training and Research.
This work was funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration who provided a five-year, $3.3M grant enables Baylor to promote diversity in medicine by focusing on programs aimed to increase the number of diverse and highly qualified medical professionals ready to introduce effective and innovative approaches to reduce or eliminate health disparities.
|Non-Credit Required Courses / Activities|
|Theme||Year||No. of Plenary Sessions||No. of Concurrent Sessions||Research Abstracts Selected|
|Advancing Health Equity Through Innovations and Technology||2020||3||2||45|
|Strengthening Our Commitment to Racial and Social Justice to Improve Public Health||2021||3||3||52|
|Cohort||Clinical Fellow||Junior Faculty||Medical Student||Transformed
|Training Year||Number of Preceptors||No. of Trainees||No. of Shadowing Hours||No. of Clinical Sites|
*** NOTE: The first MOU authorizing clinical shadowing through a Baylor affiliated healthcare system was approved on July 24, 2018.
^^^NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical shadowing was not permitted at healthcare system affiliates from March 1 to June 30, 2020.
&&& NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical shadowing did not resume until February 1, 2021.
@@@ The number of potential clinical sites remain the same as at baseline year
|Name of School||Number of TPP Scholars Admitted, 2017-2021|
|University of Houston College of Medicine||6|
|University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine||4|
|University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine||3|
|Texas Tech Health Science Center El Paso School of Medicine||3|
|University of Texas Health Science Center Houston School of Medicine||3|