The report says the University of Florida College of Medicine is pushing a “destructive” wake-up agenda on students

exclusive: The University of Florida College of Medicine is integrating aspects of critical race theory into its admissions programs and educational programs, according to a new report obtained exclusively by Fox News Digital.

Do No Harm, a group of medical professionals against divisive racial politics in medicine, reports that the college is using “fairness” initiatives to train a new generation of “anti-racists” in medical fields—two terms at the core of critical race theory. These initiatives include active recruitment for “underrepresented groups”, suggested readings on diversity and equity for the aspiring student and a code of ethics that explains how to address implicit bias.

The College of Medicine works to “indoctrinate medical school graduates in divisive philosophies and other forms of social justice activism. Conditioning begins from the moment a prospective student begins exploring UFCOM, continues through the admissions process, and continues throughout the doctoral program.”

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The University of Florida College of Medicine is outlined in a new report on how the school is adopting wake-up policies.

The University of Florida College of Medicine is outlined in a new report on how the school is adopting wake-up policies.
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“Fresh students encounter diversity, equity, and inclusion early and often in the many interactions they have with the many health equity offices and diversity councils across campus,” said the report written by Laura Morgan, MSN, RN. “The University of Florida invests ample resources in these programs and retains paid administrators and faculty to advance these destructive ideas.”

The webpage for the admissions office shows an image of masked students kneeling, clenching fists and displaying a poster that reads “#WHITECOATSFORBLACKLIVES,” the report reads.

“We strive for a culture of admissions that is reflective, informed, and inclusive, dedicated to building a diverse community of future clinicians who share a commitment to excellence and equity in health care,” states UFCOM’s admissions page.

The Black Lives Matter ad on the webpage contains links to “Resources for Fighting Systemic Racism,” which includes reading titled “Guidelines for Being a Strong White Ally.”

The college’s diversity statement notes that it favors minority staff and students by saying that they “actively promote the recruitment and retention of underrepresented groups in the student body, residency training programs, faculty and staff.” There is a need to help clinicians overcome their biases against underrepresented groups, said Dr. Donna M. Parker, associate dean for diversity and health equity at the college.

“As clinicians, we need to overcome our biases by making ourselves aware of them,” Parker said. “We swear to provide the best patient care. It should be for all patients.”

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a law banning schools from giving preferential treatment to one race over another, but it was struck down by a federal court.
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The college’s dean’s office did not respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

The report on the University of Florida College of Medicine was released days after a federal court overturned a Florida law intended to prevent public universities from imposing an individual “requirement for employment, membership, certification, licensing, accreditation, or passing an examination” of an identity defined as superior or inferior. The judge ruled the law a violation of the professors’ First Amendment rights and called these professors “priests of democracy.”

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The University of Florida spent more than $2 million last year on diversity initiatives.

The University of Florida spent more than $2 million last year on diversity initiatives.
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Overall, the University of Florida spent $2.1 million last year on diversity initiatives, according to the report. Its equity report states that its senior officers are evaluated on “diversity and equity achievements.”

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The university’s George A. Smathers Libraries, which are used by medical students, has a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team. One bookstore named a section after Karl Marx, but erased the name after it faced public backlash.

The school has a comprehensive Public Employment Certificate which is achieved through taking 14 diverse training courses and has “the purpose of promoting the integrity and effectiveness of the search and selection process”.

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