Through the Psychiatry Residency Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council, residents are heavily involved in both existing program-specific and Stanford-wide diversity initiatives, and are also encouraged to pursue new endeavors.
The Stanford Medicine Abilities Coalition (SMAC) fosters and advocates for the equal treatment and well-being of all students, trainees, faculty and staff at Stanford Medicine, regardless of their physical or cognitive differences.
The goal of the Anesthesiology Diversity Council is to create a functional unit that will identify and cultivate the skills necessary to foster diversity, provide mentorship, create scholarly opportunities and prepare Stanford's anesthesiologists to address the health needs of a diverse population.
The Annual Diversity & Inclusion Form is an enriching opportunity to learn about tools and strategies to enable participants to become effective change agents for diversity and inclusion in medical education.
The Women in Internal Medicine Residency Group offers a safe and supportive environment to discuss issues related to gender in medical training, as well as dedicated mentorship and practical workshops for career development.
The subcommittee meets to discuss ongoing Stanford Medicine Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) efforts, such as medical education curriculum, healthcare for the LGBTQ+ community, and seminars, trainings, and workshops representing the latest research on the LGBTQ+ community.
This is a media-based discussion group geared toward Stanford Health affiliates, students, staff, and faculty. The group meets once a month to explore issues relevant to racism in medicine through the written word and videos.
The Pediatrics residency program is committed to informing, recruiting, and supporting prospective candidates who identify as underrepresented minorities based on factors such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
The Stanford Medicine Teaching and Mentoring Academy (TMA) promotes excellence in teaching and mentoring, including in diversity and inclusion, by developing, supporting, and recognizing dedicated educators to ensure world-class training for the next generation of physicians, researchers, and educators.
The Award for Excellence in Promotion of Diversity and Societal Citizenship (MD Program) honors medical students who have made outstanding contributions to diversity and equitable societal contributions.
The Cardinal Free Clinics were created to fill a void in the health care safety net that is met by very few other providers, and represents a new and innovative model for providing free health care to the underserved.
The LGBT Medical Education Research Group's mission is to be a significant contributor to the field of LGBT health by creating and communicating new knowledge through innovative research, influencing health and educational policies, and advocating for LGBT patients and providers.
The Stanford Women's Health & Sex Differences in Medicine (WHSDM) Center acknowledges the wisdom of conducting innovative, multi-disciplinary research on women’s health and sex differences in biology and medicine.
The Medical Student and Resident Recruitment Steering Committee aims to bring together individuals and offices that conduct diverse recruitment for medical students and residents to discuss practices that can be shared and scaled and to work together to better streamline conference recruitment.
This program is to connect medical students with residents through specialty centered socials in order for organic mentoring relationships to grow. While open to all medical students, this program has a special focus on those students who are underrepresented in medicine.
The Leadership Education in Advancing Diversity program is a 10-month longitudinal program that provides residents and fellows with leadership training and mentorship in creating scholarly works around diversity and inclusion topics.