Accountability during our anti-racism journey
Transforming OHSU into a truly anti-racist and multi-cultural institution is a journey. President Danny Jacobs and VP of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Derick Du Vivier OHSU News Sept. 11, 2020.
Creating change is acknowledging that a problem exists. President Danny Jacobs. OHSU News June 19, 2020.
Taking action to address institutional racism
President Jacobs on our steps forward and OHSU's commitment to addressing structural racism. OHSU News June 5, 2020
More Diversity News
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
OHSU has a goal to be a great organization, diverse in people and ideas. Part of that work is to ensure that we are recruiting, hiring, retaining and advancing a diverse, culturally competent learning community and workforce. We also have a responsibility to reduce disparities in healthcare and to make sure that all patients, no matter their background, receive quality care.
Embracing diversity, equity and inclusion gives us the power to be better at what we do, and allows us to demonstrate integrity, compassion and leadership.
It is an exciting time to be part of the OHSU community, carrying forward the simple concept that all are welcome here.
OHSU Inclusive Language Guide
Compiled by a cross-campus project team and shaped by input from nearly 300 OHSU members, the OHSU Inclusive Language Guide provides guidance for communicators on describing: race and ethnicity, immigration status, gender and sexual orientation and ability, as well as direct statements about respectful and disrespectful language.
Resource quick links
- REI Accepted Proposals
- CDI Annual Report 2020
- Faculty Diversity Fund request form
- Community Diversity Guide
- Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue
- Unconscious Bias Campus-wide Initiative
- CDI/OHSU Library Resources: Race, Racism & Health Disparities
- Portland Mental Health Resources
CDI Summer Series speakers:
OHSU Diversity News
Anti-racism and Diversity News for OHSU members on OHSU Now every Monday.