From Time Magazine:

Training new doctors for a post-pandemic world

KPSOM is at the forefront of U.S. medical schools facing the challenges of COVID-19 and widespread health inequality

November 24, 2020

KPSOM Student Cruz Riley. (Photo: Bethany Mollenkoff/TIME)

When the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine welcomed its first incoming class in July 2020, the United States was experiencing not only the deadly COVID-19 pandemic but also a national reckoning on social justice. Like other medical schools across the country, it has faced the challenge of educating a new generation of physicians who can help reverse longstanding disparities in the healthcare system, “a generation of post-pandemic doctors for a world still taking shape.”

Read the entire article in Time .