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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Events

March 5, 2018: Religious Literacy at the IHP

February 28, 2018: Africa en el Centro: Afro-Latinx Diaspora in the United States
As part of the events for Black History Month, Yvette Modestin, of Encuentro Diaspora Afro, spoke about the Afro-Latinx experience and the struggles of holding those two identities.

February 26, 2018: Caring Beyond the Box: Health for people who identify as transgender and gender nonconforming
Difficult Conversations: Kenneth B. Schwartz Center Educational Rounds. The 2017-2018 Schwartz rounds focus on "Social Determinants of Health and Health Care Delivery.  

January 15-February 15 , 2018: Dignity and Respect Campaign
This is the fifth consecutive year the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council has sponsored a month-long Dignity & Respect Campaign.

November 6, 2017: When the Patient is Prejudiced
Difficult Conversations: Kenneth B. Schwartz Center Educational Rounds. The 2017-2018 Schwartz rounds focus on "Social Determinants of Health and Health Care Delivery.  

October 16, 2017: John Henryism and the Health of African Americans
Dr. Sherman James, Susan B. King Distinguished Emeritus Professor, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, presented the E. Lorraine Baugh Visiting Faculty Scholar Lecture.

September 25, 2017: Social Determinants of Native Health
Difficult Conversations: Kenneth B. Schwartz Center Educational Rounds. The 2017-2018 Schwartz rounds focus on "Social Determinants of Health and Health Care Delivery.  

July 24-28, 2017: In Solidarity Week
Organized by student groups OHANA for PoC Community, Affinity for Racial Justice, and the Student Diversity Committee to engage the IHP community in discussion about racial justice and our role as health care professionals in challenging racism and oppression. Events included a documentary screening and discussion of "I Am Not Your Negro", a vigil remembering the lives taken, a discussion of systemic racism by Martin Henson from Black Lives Matter Boston, the presentation “Racial Justice in Health Care: How Racism Makes Us Sick” by OHANA for PoC Community and Affinity for Racial Justice, and an In Solidarity Week interprofessional mixer at Blackmoor Bar & Kitchen. 

May 3-4, 2017: Unconsicous Bias: Recognizing, Managing, Limiting Our Own and Our Students
Faculty Development Days See Program.

April 17, 2017: Human Trafficking – Your Role as a Health Care Provider
School of Nursing

April 14, 2017: The Role of Occupational Therapy in Working with Parents with Disabilities
Student Occupational Therapy Association

April 12, 2017: Sexual Assault: Responding to Disclosures as a Health Care Professional
Nursing Students for Sexual and Reproductive Health

April 10, 2017: Navigating Hierarchy Among Health Professionals
Difficult Conversations: Kenneth B. Schwartz Center Educational Rounds

April 6, 2017: Working on the Margins: Occupational Therapy and Social Justice
Department of Occupational Therapy

April 6, 2017: Stand with Congo Initiative
Office of Student and Alumni Services

April 5, 2017: Special Considerations for Working with Visually Impaired Clients
Student Occupational Therapy Association

March 16, 2017: Beyond the Binary: Serving the Needs of Trans People
Staff Development Day

March 9, 2017: Optimizing Care for your LGBT Patients: What They’d Like You to Know
E. Lorraine Baugh Visiting Faculty Scholar Lecture Series

February 27, 2017: Providing Care to Transgender Patients
Difficult Conversations: Kenneth B. Schwartz Center Educational Rounds

February 21-24, 2017: In Solidarity Campaign
Ohana, KinsIHP, Student Diversity Committee, and Affinity for Racial Justice

January 19, 2017: Caring for our Muslim Patients
Ann W. Caldwell President's Lecture: Interprofessional Rounds

January 8-February 8, 2017: Dignity and Respect Campaign
Diversity Council

Commitment to Diversity

Commitment to Diversity