Professional Development

Summer Academy participants posing with NMA President
Students with former National Medical Association President

The Office for Health Equity and Inclusion in support of its mission, provides training, professional development and networking opportunities for members of the Michigan Medicine community including staff, faculty, house officers and fellows. To learn more about the programs listed below, please call our office at (734) 764-8185, or send a message to oheiadmin@umich.edu.

TRAININGS

Everyday Bias in Healthcare

The unconscious mind is a powerful and intrinsic force in helping to shape our overall behavior in our everyday lives. This two-hour interactive session is designed to examine how unconscious bias can affect one's perceptions, decisions, and interactions.  To request a training, please submit an inquiry form.

Intergroup Relations

CommonGround workshops are a way to raise awareness about social identities (race, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, etc.), prejudice, stereotyping, power, privilege, and oppression. Facilitated and coordinated by trained staff these interactive workshops help promote social identity development and enhance group dynamics, while building community.

Workshops are designed around a 1.5 to 3 hour time frame and are customized to your group's needs. We ask that all workshops be requested three weeks prior to the event.  If interested, please submit an inquiry form.

 

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

House Officer Diversity Network

The House Officer Diversity Network consists of Michigan Medicine residents and fellows interested in promoting diversity, inclusion and equity.

 Activities include:

• Quarterly Journal Clubs

• Mentorship

• Health Equity Research Working Group

• Community building

To learn more, please send an email to houseofficerdiversity@umich.edu.

M-DINE

Michigan Diversity Inclusion Network Equity (M-DINE), are small-group dinners hosted by various senior Michigan Medicine leadership throughout the year. House officers, faculty and staff are invited to each event. M-DINE provides a space for engagement and mentor-ship in a comfortable home setting.