Type of Resource
Learning Resources – Webinars by National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center: A Program of the Fenway Institute
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs and Resources by UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Building Equity & Supporting Diversity by UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
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 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.
Suited by James Benjamin
Film/Video by HBO Documentary Films
SUITED tells the story of Bindle & Keep, a Brooklyn tailoring company that looks beyond the gender binary, creating custom-made suits for gender non-conforming and transgender clients.
Higher Education, Pedagogy and Social Justice : Politics and Practice by Kelly Freebody, Susan Goodwin, and Helen Proctor
Paths to the Future of Higher Education by Brian L. Foster, Steven W. Graham, and Joe F. Donaldson
Responding to Twin Pandemics: Reconceptualizing Assessment Practices for Equity and Justice by Alison Cook-Sather and Bryn Mawr
Article in Research & Practice in Assessment
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
Resources for AAPI Mental Health and Addiction Treatment
Webpage/Website Detox Local
Stonewall by Martin Duberman
Run the List is a medical education podcast designed for medical students, new residents, and all learners hoping for a review in internal medicine.