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Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination: Communication and Interpersonal Skills by Lippincott Discovery
Film/Video

Videos which present the fundamental interpersonal and communication techniques most often demonstrated in clinical encounters and have a strong focus on diversity and inclusion. They include approaches for patients who identify as LGBTQIA+, persons with physical disabilities, and diverse populations throughout the life cycle.   Students and new clinicians will also learn how to broach sensitive subjects and disclose difficult news.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs and Resources

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs and Resources by UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Webpage/Website

Building Equity & Supporting Diversity

Building Equity & Supporting Diversity by UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Webpage/Website

Health Disparities Between Women With and Without Disabilities: A Review of the Research by Jennifer P. Wisdom PhD and MPH, Marjorie G. McGee, Willi Horner-Johnson, Yvonne L. Michael, Elizabeth Adams & Michelle Berlin
Article in Social Work in Public Health

Addressing Patient Bias and Discrimination Against Clinicians of Diverse Backgrounds by Pooja Chandrashekar and Sachin H. Jain
Article in Academic Medicine

Prejudiced Patients: Caring for those who Discriminate Against You

Prejudiced Patients: Caring for those who Discriminate Against You by Pooja Chandrashekar
Film/Video by CECE Dean's Colloquium

The duty to care for all patients is central to the health professions, but how should students and clinicians respond when encountering patients who exhibit biased or discriminatory behaviors? Students and clinicians from minority backgrounds are more likely to experience mistreatment from patients during clinical training and practice. These experiences can be profoundly painful and degrading, contribute to clinician burnout, and worsen patient outcomes.

Reproductive Justice: An Introduction

Reproductive Justice: An Introduction by Loretta Ross and Rickie Solinger
Book

Disability and Mothering: Liminal Spaces of Embodied Knowledge

Disability and Mothering: Liminal Spaces of Embodied Knowledge by Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson and Jen Cellio-Miller
Book

Higher Education, Pedagogy and Social Justice : Politics and Practice

Higher Education, Pedagogy and Social Justice : Politics and Practice by Kelly Freebody, Susan Goodwin, and Helen Proctor
Book

Paths to the Future of Higher Education

Paths to the Future of Higher Education by Brian L. Foster, Steven W. Graham, and Joe F. Donaldson
Book

Responding to Twin Pandemics: Reconceptualizing Assessment Practices for Equity and Justice by Alison Cook-Sather and Bryn Mawr
Article in Research & Practice in Assessment

Reducing Ableism in Social Work Education Through Universal Design for Learning and Policy by Kari L. Sherwood and Shanna K. Kattari
Article in Journal of Social Work Education

Considerations for improving diversity, equity and inclusivity within research designs and teams by Laila Asmal, Gemma Lamp and Eric J. Tan
Article in Psychiatry Research

Disability, Urban Health Equity, and the Coronavirus Pandemic: Promoting Cities for All by Victor Santiago Pineda and Jason Corburn
Article in Journal of Urban Health

Disability Inclusion: Shedding Light on an Urgent Health Equity Issue by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Webpage/Website

Prioritizing Equity video series: COVID-19 & disability

Prioritizing Equity video series: COVID-19 & disability by American Medical Association
Film/Video

Run the List Health Equity Episodes
Podcast

Run the List is a medical education podcast designed for medical students, new residents, and all learners hoping for a review in internal medicine.