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Office of the Associate Vice President for Health Equity & Inclusion
Our vision is for the cornerstone values of equity and inclusion to guide, consistently and consciously, the professional actions of each student, trainee, staff, and faculty member of our academic community.
Our mission is to create and nurture a community environment that realizes inclusive excellence.
Develop, implement, analyze, and promote policies, initiatives, and programs to realize and support inclusive excellence in the UUSHC community and health equity in the communities we serve.
- Requires collaborative efforts
- Emerges in an evolutionary manner
- Promotes and supports inclusive excellence in UUHSC communities: students, trainees, staff, and faculty to provide “perfect care” for the communities we serve
2016 Annual Report: Creating Spaces
Celebrating Leadership in Inclusive Excellence Volume 2Celebrating Leadership in Inclusive Excellence Volume 1
2016 LEAP book
News & Events
Teaching Brain Awareness... Read More
Coping with Grief... Read More
Lilliam Pinzon, Research Assistant Professor in the School of Dentistry, recognized for research efforts. ... Read More
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From Pipeline to Mainline: How increasing diversity in higher education can have a positive impact on addressing health disparities (and other good things).
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University of Utah Health Sciences will hold its first annual Virtual Residency Recruitment Fair to recruit diverse residents for pediatrics and internal medicine.... Read More
University of Utah Office of Health Equity & Inclusion & Huntsman Cancer Institute to Host Donald Abrams, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine at University of California San Francisco
The Office of Health Equity & Inclusion and Huntsman Cancer Institute will host Donald Abrams, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine at University of California San Francisco for a discussion about nutrition and cancer.... Read More
On December 1, 2015, we celebrated our SACNAS 2015 conference award winners:... Read More