Resources for ASH Ambassadors
ASH is proud of the new ambassadors who will serve as the face of the Society, helping to inspire and support the next generation of hematologists. The ASH Ambassador program supports recruitment and retention of trainees to hematology and to the Society by fostering mentor relationships and increasing awareness of ASH’s career development and training programs.
The following reference materials are intended to serve as resources for ASH Ambassadors. These materials will be updated and augmented periodically.
Recommendations for additional resources can be submitted to [email protected].
Downloadable Materials on ASH Programs
The following marketing and outreach pieces highlight ASH’s various training awards and career-development programs, including those that are part of the ASH Minority Recruitment Initiative (MRI). Please feel free to download these materials and distribute them electronically.
To request hard copies of any of these resources, please email [email protected].
Additional Resources for Download
- Why Choose Hematology?
- Career-Enhancement Awards and Training Programs Brochure
- Honorific Awards Brochure
- Medical Student and Early-Career Investigator Awards Brochure
The following articles and publications help to demonstrate the importance of and the rationale for diversity and inclusion initiatives such as the ASH MRI program. Content in these articles is critically relevant to the important work of the ASH Ambassadors and helps make clear the barriers that exist for those underrepresented in medicine.
- Racism in the Research Lab
- Science’s Minority Talent Pool is Growing – but Draining Away
- Want to Help Diversify the Biomedical Workforce? Start With Mentoring
- Enhancing Diversity in the Hematology Biomedical Research Workforce
- U.S. Medical School Full-time Faculty Attrition
- Graduation and Attrition Factors for U.S. Medical School Students
- Medical Students’ Socioeconomic Background and Their Completion of the First Two Years of Medical School
- Disparities in Patient Experiences, Health Care Processes, and Outcomes: The Role of Patient-Provider Racial, Ethnic, and Language Concordance
- Faculty Diversity in U.S. Medical Schools: Progress and Gaps Coexist
For more information or to request additional or printed resources, contact [email protected].