Value #4 – Inclusivity



People who value Inclusivity demonstrate…

  • Inclusion
  • Teamwork
  • Consideration

To demonstrate Inclusivity, we commit to hold each other accountable for the following:

  • Provide the same high-quality medical care to all people regardless of race, religion, gender identity, socioeconomic class or sexual preference
  • Recognize the increasing diversity of our community and department and seek to understand the cultures of the individuals we serve
  • Speak in a culturally appropriate and understandable manner
  • Collaborate effectively with team members within the department with respect, sensitivity, and compassion regardless of race, religion, gender identity, socioeconomic class or sexual preference
  • Create a safe environment for people to say what they think and feel
  • Recognize the importance of varying learning styles in order to design and implement appropriate educational opportunities.
  • Understand that a variety of experience levels exist, and that tolerance regarding those who are learning is expected and supported
  • Enroll diverse populations in study protocols, as appropriate
  • Compensate for potential personal ‘blind spots’ by soliciting diverse ideas and opinions
  • Recognize importance of medical volunteerism to socially, economically, and ethnically diverse populations

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