THE ORTHOPAEDIC DIVERSITY
Advancement of Our Orthopaedic Leaders of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
WHERE DO WE START? HOW DID WE GET HERE? WHERE ARE WE GOING?
Diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare is a progressive discussion, particularly in orthopaedic surgery. There are a number of areas that must be addressed to combat structural inequities. A significant missing link is equipping our diversity leaders with the abilities to assess learning environments, strategize effective interventions, and accurately measure the impact of change initiatives. With additional skills, these leaders can be empowered to address the deep-rooted issues behind cultural transformation in challenging environments.
Orthopaedic Diversity Leadership Consortium
DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Programs focused on principles of individual leadership critical for success in diversity, equity, and inclusion work
Consultations specific to developing or enhancing diversity efforts in your organization, department, or group
STRATEGIC PLANNING RESOURCES
Instruments for creating a strategy for needs assessment and appropriate program implementation
Virtual and in-person connection with colleagues and experts involved in diversity leadership within healthcare, industry, or the basic sciences
Facilitated webinars on topics of strategic diversity leadership and the development of effective programming
Members Only access to literary and video-based resources pertinent to diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy
As more organizations and institutes work towards creating a culture of inclusion and belonging, there is a overwhelming need for resources to help create or pivot strategy to address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Orthopaedic Diversity Leadership Consortium strives to bring the resources necessary for success to our diversity leaders.
We create a pioneering network of orthopaedic diversity leaders for best practice sharing and design thinking. With additional skills and insight, leaders can be empowered to address the systemic issues behind cultural transformation in challenging environments.
Design of Strategic Models for Diversity
Inter-professional EdUcation on Inclusion
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