Take the first steps to improving diversity, equity and inclusion in your practices today.
All healthcare professionals have a responsibility to actively encourage diversity, address unconscious bias, and ensure no one is treated differently or discriminated against. This isn’t a box-ticking exercise – it’s about educating yourself and your teams, and putting strategies and processes in place that improve diversity, inclusion and equity across your practices.
Explore training courses.
We’ve taken a close look at relevant training and education opportunities and chosen the best to share with you. From cultural safety training designed to drive positive change from within, to education on appropriate language within healthcare, these courses and resources will help you positively impact healthcare.
Please note: these courses are provided by third parties.
An online training platform offered by COUCH Health, designed to equip you with the tools you need to promote health equity practices. They produce a range of courses that enable you to develop your skillset and keep raising industry standards.
A 3-month long e-learning course offered by the Institute of Health Equity that provides a way for health professionals to tackle health inequalities and sets out the main drivers of health inequality.
The PFMD are offering a training program combing theory and practice to help you start your patient engagement journey or take it to the next level. The training is dedicated to anyone working in the pharmaceutical or MedTech sector.
Enhance Equity Initiative, offered by FDA Office of Minority Health and Health Equity, highlights research projects and communication resources to enhance equity in clinical trials by supporting efforts to advance diversity.
The Royal College of General Practitioners has developed a hub of information surrounding health equity and caring for socially vulnerable patients. The hub includes Q&A’s, interviews, inequality resources, webinars, podcasts, and an E-Learning course.
Two courses offered by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity that introduce students to the core principles of health equity research. They cover topics such as defining health equity, engaging community and policy stakeholders, patient-centricity, and cultural competence.
The Health Podcast Network sources a large range of health-related podcasts, which features authoritative shows, hosts, and guests who take on the tough topics in healthcare with empathy, expertise, and a commitment to excellence.
A selection of resources and training modules offered by the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center aimed to advance health equity for LGBTQIA+ people and the populations which may intersect with the LGBTQIA+ community.
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