How did this program begin?

UCSF Urology residents were inspired by the #BlackLivesMatter movement and wanted to demonstrate our commitment to fighting structural racism. Like many, we have been outraged and angered by the killing of Black men and women: most recently George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, among countless others. Our response is to create a mentorship program that will contribute to increasing the number of Black, Latinx, and Indigenous Urologists in the U.S.

What if I don’t feel like I am receiving adequate mentorship?

In the unfortunate case where a mentor is unable to follow through with their responsibilities, the medical student can email the mentorship coordinator, Karen Tabayoyong at [email protected] to request that a new resident to be assigned to them.

Who can I contact with questions about the program?

You can email Karen Tabayoyong at [email protected] with any questions about the program.

Where can I provide undisclosed feedback?

If you have constructive feedback, we are very eager to hear from you! As a new and rapidly evolving program, we acknowledge that we may make mistakes in language and in other ways. Please let us know how we can improve this experience for you.