PPP is a program intended to create dialogue and reflection on power, privilege, positionality, and their connection to the health professions. Faculty and staff are welcome and strongly encouraged to attend. This program is usually a five-hour, in-person experience during Orientation which we've adapted to be held virtually during the pandemic.

The Next PPP is: January 11, 2023. Our confirmed speakers are Jordan Jamil Ahmed, Organizing Director from the Muslim Justice League and Sarath Suong, National Director of the Southeast Asian Freedom Network

Current faculty, staff, students, and alumni are welcome to participate in PPP. Faculty, staff, and student participants will be divided into groups and will have a learning space created for them in our Desire to Learn (D2L ) portal. Each participant is expected to complete all assignments shared on D2L, including viewings, readings, completing worksheets, and responding to discussion board questions. At this time, we are not able to host alumni in D2L but they are encouraged to read and view the materials and participate in the synchronous session.  

Learn more about the idea behind our PPP events in The Vocabulary of Inclusion or Fighting Racism in Healthcare.