Education, training and learning provide positive ways to channel our energies. Several online opportunities exist for multicultural communities to learn new strategies and build their skills.
Diversity and inclusion education and training
Virtual UC Davis and UC Davis Health diversity and inclusion courses.
Addressing Microaggressions in Health Professions Learning Environments (1.0 CME credit)
Internal UC Davis audience through the UC Learning Center. At the end of the course learners will be able to: 1. Define microaggressions 2. Identify the role of each member involved in microaggression (Recipient, Source, and Bystander) 3. Discuss the nature of the microaggression including how it could have hurtful impact on the recipients, bystanders, and/or community. 4. Analyze the historical, structural, and cultural context of the microaggression. 5. Explore how the recipient and the source may be viewing the situation differently. 6. Discuss responses from each member involved in the interaction that could build inclusive excellence, repair and reestablish relationships, and restore or protect reputations.
Race and Medicine in Clinical Practice
Internal UC Davis audience through the UC Learning Center. This 30-minute course assists learners in identifying race as a social construct, recognizing medical practices that contribute to the perpetuation of race-based stereotypes, and how to describe health inequities resulting from structural racism among minority groups.
Understanding How Stereotype Threat Impacts Health Professions Students (1.0 CME credit)
Internal UC Davis audience through the UC Learning Center. At the end of the course, learners will be able to: 1. Define the term stereotype threat 2. Recognize the potential mental, emotional and cognitive responses to stereotype threat 3. Describe the detrimental effect that stereotype threat can have on learning outcomes in classroom and clinical learning environments 4. Discuss strategies for mitigating the activation of stereotype threat in health professions students 5. Explore strategies for supporting students experiencing negative emotions and outcomes related to stereotype threat.
More UC Davis Campus offerings
More UC Davis Health Faculty Development offerings
Bystander Intervention trainings
The Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) and Hollaback are hosting trainings titled “Bystander Intervention” to stop anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment.
Upcoming Bystander Intervention events
Health care and the pandemic's impact on the Latinx community
Webinar recording of Latinx professionals panel discussion presented by the Latinx Staff & Faculty Association (LSFA) at UC Davis Health.
The California Endowment "Best gift you can give video clip"
Advancing Into the New Normal- My Brothers Keeper Trauma Healing and Learning Series
From My Brother's Keeper Trauma and Healing Learning Series, Dr. Rhea Boyd guides us into a discussion on health equity and disparities in ACEs, trauma, and resilience work.
Mental Health and the Power of Resilience
A talk by Hendry Ton, M.D., M.S., Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Presented by the UC Davis Campus Community Book Project, in conjunction with NAMI Yolo County Mental Illness Awareness Week.
Action Steps Toward Racial Justice
View the previously recorded UC Living Fit Forever Lunch and Learn facilitated by Adrienne Lawson, Ed.D.
Preventing COVID-19 in our Latinx Communities (English)
View the previously recordeded webinar where our panel of health care providers they address disparities in the Latinx community and discuss and dispel myths surrounding the coronavirus.
Hosted in partnership with the Sacramento Latino Medical Association (SALMA), the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA), and the UC Davis Health Latino Faculty and Staff Association (LFSA).
View the webcast recording in Spanish
View the webcast recording in English
‘Reminiscing in Tempo’: A Conversation on Jazz, Art, and Health Inequities
View the previously recorded Facebook Live webinar that reflects on the intersection between jazz, race, and health inequities in America. Dr. David Lubarsky, CEO of UC Davis Health and Vice Chancellor of Human Health Sciences, joins Dr. Jann Murray-García, Associate Health Sciences Clinical Professor, to discuss the piece and its many themes with artist Leonor Anthony.
COVID-19 Coping as a Community Webinar Series
Protected From Trauma: Advancing Into the New Normal
Previous recording from the Trauma Healing & Learning Series hosted in collaboration with My Brother's Keeper Sacramento, The Center at Sierra Health Foundation, and CalI MHSA featuring a conversation with Dr. John Rich, MD, MPH, Professor and former Chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy at the Drexel Dornsife University School of Public Health. The series is centered around increasing understanding of the impact of racism on overall well-being.