Diversity & Inclusion Resources
The collection of resources below provides educators at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine with practice-based, peer-reviewed content. The goals of this content are to teach anti-bias knowledge and clinical skills and to elevate the educational scholarship of anti-bias curricula. Selected and reviewed by Feinberg Academy of Medical Educators (FAME) experts, these resources support our community of collaborators dedicated to the elimination of bias in medical education based on factors such as race, ethnicity, ability and LGBTQ+ status. Some of these resources were curated by the Association of Medical Colleges.
- Office of Diversity & Inclusion Resources
Browse a list of assessments, readings and other media that address racism and other biases in medicine, compiled by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.
- Curriculum Materials on Social Determinants of Health
The National Collaborative for Education to Address the Social Determinants of Health hosts an indexed database of curricula and assessment resources for educators. Search for resources including courses, standard patient cases and experimental learning opportunities.
Anti-Racism & Race Literacy: A Primer & Toolkit for Medical Educators: A living & iterative resource (Revised March 2021, UCSF)
Anti-Racism Summer Reading Program for Incoming Medical Students (University of Washington, August 2020)
3-year strategic initiative designed to address Anti-Black Racism and augment Black, Indigenous, People of Color voices and presence in Science and Medicine and healthcare. "REPAIR" is an acronym for REParations and Anti-Institutional Racism.
Healthcare Disparities (1/19/2014)