Cultural Considerations Series
The Cultural Considerations in the Biomedical Workplace series serves to encourage members of the Stanford Medicine community to have dialogues about topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Cultural Considerations in the Biomedical Workplace series events
Endowed by alumni donor support, the purpose of this workshop series is to increase participants’ knowledge and awareness of cultural considerations in academic medicine in order to engage Stanford faculty to foster an environment that respects and embraces cultural diversity.
Past sessions have included
Translating Lessons Learned from a K-12 Antiracist Teaching Initiative
Organizational Communication Through the Lens of Culture
Universal Design, Creating Equal Access to Learning
Transgender Issues in Medicine
Working with Millennials
Strategies to Address Discrimination Towards Physicians by Patients and Families
Language of Leadership with Joanne Wehner
Symposium on Race, Law Enforcement, and Public Health.
Emotional Intelligence and Effective Interpersonal Communication
Connecting the Dots For Culturally Competent Education
Please see the following articles for more information on culturally competent education in the biomedical sciences and healthcare.
- The Institutional Context of Multicultural Education: What Is Your Institutional Curriculum?
- Putting the Needs of the Patient First: Mayo Clinic’s Core Value, Institutional Culture, and Professionalism Covenant.
- Curriculum Evaluation in Medical and Health-Care Education.