Although narrative medicine has become an established tool in teaching reflection, empathy, among other critical skills in medical education, its use in promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion has not yet been thoroughly explored. Educators in narrative medicine in a medical school setting reflect upon creating and implementing a curriculum that highlights voices of BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and persons living with disability. Narrative tools to promote self-reflection and examination of personal biases are explored and considered as a method of fulfilling our collective call to action for increased equity in medical education.



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