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The Teach for UCSF Certificate in Teaching for Equity and Inclusion aims to create a path for UCSF educators to develop best practices in equitable and inclusive teaching that they can apply in didactic and clinical settings across the continuum of health professions education. This certification consists of 6 required workshops and one selective. Participants demonstrate skills learned by completing assessment exercises during the workshops.



Certificate Requirements



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Prerequisite

Before taking workshops in this certificate, participation is required in the full-day Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training offered by the School of Medicine. Offerings are included in the listing to the right or can be found here

Workshops
Workshops can be taken in any order. Titles may vary. Workshop Dashboard links are for use during workshops. 

Required WorkshopsLink to Workshop Dashboard

1. Curricular Materials for Equity and Inclusion

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/TEI2

2. Microaggressions in the Teaching and Learning Environment

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/TEI3

3. Equitable Assessment

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/TEI1

4. Learning Climate in Medical Education

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/LearningClimate
5. Advanced Feedback across Differences (has a prerequisite)http://tiny.ucsf.edu/AdvancedFeedback

6. Exploring Similarities and Differences (TBD)

In development


Selective Workshops (one is required)Link to Workshop Dashboard

1. Racial Bias in Clinical Learning

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/TEI4
2. Inclusive Leadershiphttp://tiny.ucsf.edu/Inclusive

3. Holistic Approach to Hiring and Selection

In development

Overall Objectives


Upon completion of the certificate a participant will be able to:

  • Select and design inclusive instructional materials that represent diverse perspectives.
  • Monitor diversity in the representation of participants in the teaching and learning environment.
  • Develop assessments that minimize the potential for bias.
  • Recognize and examine biases that arise in assessment decisions.
  • Diagnose learners’ diverse needs and design relevant instructional activities.
  • Address bias and microaggressions in the learning environment in the moment.
  • Explore instructors’/mentors’ differences and similarities with learners/mentees to improve engagement and support.
  • Provide feedback that is sensitive to learners’ different backgrounds and experience.



Register for Workshops


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Resources


Certificate Teaching Team


Steward: Kate Lupton, MD

Faculty Developers

  • Jennifer Braddock, CNM, MS
  • E. Alexandra Brown, MD
  • Kim Dau, RN, MS, CNM
  • Rosny Daniel, MD
  • Sneha Daya, MD
  • Ana Delgado, RN, MS, CNM
  • Robin Goldman, MD
  • Eva Goodfriend-Reano, CNM
  • Rebekah Kaplan, MSN, CNM
  • Kate Lupton, MD
  • Kara Myers, RN, MS, CNM
  • Meghan O'Brien, MD