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We believe healthcare is a human right. That core belief guides our approach to educating the next generation of physicians, physician-scientists, and researchers.
The core values of diversity and inclusion are inseparable from our institutional goals of excellence in all tenets of healthcare, research, education, and community engagement.
Moment of solidarity: Summer 2020
The CS/DGSOM Women's Leadership Program was developed to support and promote female faculty careers through group learning and discussion. Topics have included Crafting Your Elevator Pitch, When to Say Yes and When to Say No, Negotiation Skills, Burnout, Graceful Self-Promotion and other topics related to professional and career development. Learn more →
The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (DGSOM) Anti-racism roadmap is our co-created path to ensuring racial justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. The commitments and priorities outlined here represent the first step in our planning, development and implementation process.
Here you will find:
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Our community is made up of talented leaders who care deeply and work to impact the world for good. We have a collective commitment to combat structural racism. That commitment spans healthcare, education, and our society at large. Learn more →
At UCLA Health, we believe a diverse and inclusive health care workforce and environment results in better care, service and health outcomes for our patients. We also believe that our commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion will result in greater productivity, innovation and engagement of our staff and patients.
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UCLA Health provides equitable health care to all patients of all sexual orientations, genders, races or religions. Our vision is to create an equitable, affirming and supportive environment for our LGBTQ patients and their families by providing resources and compassionate health care delivered with dignity, kindness and respect. See resources →
The collaborative aims to improve teaching and learning about social determinants in healthcare settings. Learn more →
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