Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Curriculum
|DEI - each term definition|
|Bias: Implicit v. Explicit V Discrimination|
|Sex and Gender Minority|
|Diversity Snowball Effect|
|Dealing with Racist/Bigoted patients/colleagues|
|Recruitment and Affirmative Action|
Understanding Burdens on URiM:
|Minority Tax, Gratitude Tax, Emotional Tax|
Please note that links in each category are listed alphabetically.
Structural Competency: Curriculum for Medical Students, Residents, and Interprofessional Teams on the Structural Factors That Produce Health Disparities Research on disparities in health and health care has demonstrated that social, economic, and political factors are key drivers of poor health outcomes. Yet the role of such structural forces on health and health care has been incorporated unevenly into medical training. The framework of structural competency offers a paradigm for training health professionals to recognize and respond to the impact of upstream, structural factors on patient health and health care.
- The Practice of Honoring Diversity by Lee Mun Wah. The Practice of Honoring Diversity are techniques on how to help agencies and companies integrate diversity into their meetings and institutions. Each of these practices were developed to encourage a more open dialogue where different groups could feel acknowledged, validated, and valued for their diverse cultural and gender perspectives.