Improving Racial Bias in Dermatology Education

Ogilvy are seeking ways in which to improve racial bias in dermatology education for medical students and younger dermatologists so that people of colour with skin conditions are able to get better care.

Application Deadline
June 9th, 2024
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Summary

Background

Ogilvy has been growing brands and businesses since 1948. We continue that rich legacy through Borderless Creativity—operating, innovating, and creating at the intersection of talent and capabilities. Our experts in Public Relations, Consulting, Advertising, Health, and Experience work fluidly across 131 offices in 93 countries.

Challenge

Ogilvy are seeking solutions that tackle racial bias in dermatology education for medical students and younger dermatologists.

This is so that people of colour with skin conditions are able to get better care.

Solutions can be at any stage of development with a slight preference towards proven solutions.

What's in it for you?

A successful collaboration could mean, for individuals, becoming part of the wider Ogilvy group, while for organisations, forming a potential partnership with one of the world’s most iconic brands to co-develop and co-launch the idea to market.

These are global challenges and Ogilvy are willing to collaborate with both individuals/freelancers and other industry participants/universities etc.

If you have or are developing solutions, or if you have expertise in the above, please click "Apply" to submit your solution/expertise to the Network.