Engaging Healthcare Inequity through Healthcare Career Cascading Mentorship Program
Renée Crichlow MD, FAAFP
Director of Advocacy and Policy,
University of Minnesota, School of Medicine,
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Physicians, physicians assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, residents, fellows and students
Creighton University School of Medicine
Department of Family Medicine
Creighton University Office of Continuing Education
- Identify methods for teaching the growth mindset
- Describe the principles underpinning Cascading Mentorship
- Describe the impact of multiple rate-limiting steps in the Health Career Pipeline on Health Equity
Presented By Renée Crichlow MD, FAAFP
Dr. Renée Crichlow is a full-spectrum Family Medicine physician on faculty at the University of Minnesota. She is the Director of Advocacy and Policy for the University of Minnesota Department of Family and Community Medicine and the current President of the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Crichlow attended medical school at University of California, Davis. Following residency, she completed her first fellowship in faculty development (clinical research focus) at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Crichlow then joined the faculty at UC Davis with a joint appointment in Family Medicine and OB/gynecology. Following UC Davis she worked and taught as a family physician and lived in rural Montana while on faculty with the University of Washington in the Montana Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Crichlow’s experience in health policy includes completing a fellowship in primary care health policy with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She joined the University of Minnesota Department of Family and Community Medicine 2009. Dr. Crichlow is the co-founder of a youth health career mentorship program in North Minneapolis called The Ladder which has been engaging learners and physicians at every level. In addition, Dr. Crichlow has extensive experience in teaching Health policy, community engagement, and leadership in addition to her full-spectrum practice.
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