Education & Training

The Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ) hosts a variety of training and educational opportunties in collaboration with the Office of Pediatric Education to create a culture of continuous reflection, learning, and action.  

Health Equity Advanced through Learning (HEAL) Initiative

 

Originally developed in SPAARC 1.0, the Health Equity Advanced through Learning (HEAL) Initiative encompasses 4 educational opportunities for the Department of Pediatrics:

  • HEAL Anti-Racism Seminar
  • HEAL Email Challenge
  • Health Equity Rounds (HER)
  • Huddle Guides

HEAL Anti-Racism Seminar

The Department of Pediatrics' goal is for at least 70% of faculty and staff to complete the seminar by August 2022.

HEAL Email Challenge

After attending the HEAL Anti-Racism Seminar, participants take part in a 2 week email challenge to support our culture of continuous learning and growth in our anti-racsim journeys.  

Health Equity Rounds

Health Equity Rounds is a case-based learning series focused on issues related to health equity and approaching patient care with a DEI lens. The presenters use real case discussions to highlight the role of bias, oppression, and other barriers in care and provide individual and local-level tools to mitigate them. 

Huddle Guides

Huddle Guides are one-page guides designed to use in short huddles or reoccuring meetings. The primary objective is to assure clinical teams have similar information and training for a unified approach in patient care settings.  

Pathway Programs to Support UIM Learners

The PIPS (Pediatric Internship Program at Stanford) is a 5-week internship focused on science medicine that is open to high school rising juniors and seniors from diverse backgrounds in the Bay Area to learn about research.

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The Stanford Clinical Opportunity for Residency Experience (SCORE) Program recognizes that Stanford Medicine's ideal of true community engagement is unlikely to occur without a workforce that is diverse in many ways. This includes individuals who are UIM and others whose backgrounds and experiences would diversify their clinical fields.

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The PRESS (Promoting  Resident Experiences in the Subspecialties at Stanford) Program is designed for underrepresented in medicine (UIM) Pediatrics residents to visit Stanford and do a 1 month rotation to learn about a Stanford Pediatrics  fellowship program.

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GME Programs to Support Diversity

The Stanford Medicine LEAD (Leadership Education in Advancing Diversity) Program is a 10-month longitudinal leadership program for residents and fellows accross GME to develop leadership and scholarship skills in addressing issues related to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), to produce leaders in academic medicine dedicated to EDI, and to improve the culture of medicine.

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