Educators interested in developing inclusive curricula, and their inclusive teaching skills, may want to check out the resources provided by the Brown University Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning and the Program in Educational Faculty Development, including the AMS Creating Inclusive Curricula guide, and an eight-minute video on Reviewing Didactics for Inclusivity: Practical tips for faculty.
Diversity & Inclusion
Professional development sessions on Implicit Bias can be provided by the AMS Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs free of charge for your group or committee by request. To request a session, please contact [email protected]. Resources and trainings are also available from the AAMC.
Institutional Diversity and Inclusion Action Plans (DIAP) can be accessed via the Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity. A variety of initiatives and groups regarding diversity and inclusion, and aimed at supporting the AMS, Brown and hospital DIAPs, are sponsored by the AMS Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. There are also local resources and programs designed specifically to support Women in Medicine and Science, including the Rhode Island Medical Women’s Association, and the national Time’s Up Healthcare organization.
The 2020 Decoding Disparities Lecture Series is now available for general viewing .
The AAMC provides a variety of professional development resources and opportunities, including sexual and gender minority health resources, and workshops on unconscious bias. The Advancing Health Equity: A Guide to Language, Narratives and Concepts may be of particular help. Resources and opportunities are also provided by their Group on Women in Medicine and Science. Additionally, the AAMC's Academic Medicine has curated a collection of articles on addressing race and racism in medical education.