Diversity and Inclusion
Aligned with Our Mission and a Driver of Excellence
The AAMC's commitment to diversity includes embracing a broader definition of diversity and supporting our members efforts.
To help educators identify curricular strategies and evaluation tools for re-use or enhancement, the AAMC commissioned an expert panel to review cultural competence studies that measured learner changes in attitudes, knowledge, and skills. This guide, which is based on the panel’s findings, provides these resources for educators and researchers.
In commemoration of Nickens’ legacy, this publication provides a historical overview of diversity and inclusion efforts, presents recent data, and highlights leaders’ perspectives on future directions to advance diversity and inclusion in academic medicine.
AAMC is pleased to announce the launch of a new online searchable database of domestic and international public health training opportunities for pre-med students, medical students, residents, and early career physicians. This collection will assist students and physicians to enhance and expand their understanding of the social and environmental factors that influence the health of the people and communities they serve.
Diversity Policy and Programs: Who We Are, What We Do, Where We’re Going
In this third issue of our annual report, the Diversity Policy and Programs (DPP) unit of the AAMC is proud to share a summary of our latest projects, publications, and partnerships. Collectively, this work serves as our contribution to building capacity within the academic medicine community to realize the vision of diversity and inclusion as drivers of institutional excellence.
Read the 2014 DPP Annual Report
A Resource for Medical Educators: Implementing Curricular and Institutional Climate Changes to Improve Health Care for Individuals Who Are LGBT, Gender Nonconforming, or Born with DSD
This groundbreaking publication was developed to fill that gap and is based on solid educational and assessment practices and theories. It is designed to assist institutions in implementing curricular and climate change in medical educational institutions or programs.
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is pleased to present Diversity in the Physician Workforce: Facts and Figures 2014, the 18th report in the Facts & Figures Data Series. The 2014 report is also the inaugural of the online edition of the series. This new interactive format will increase the accessibility and interactivity of data pertaining to the demographic make-up of the nation's physicians. To experience the full report, please visit: aamcdiversityfactsandfigures.org
Featured Resources & Programs
Diversity Data Snapshots
Diversity Data Snapshots (DDS) is an electronic newsletter containing relevant news sources, data points, and research findings related to diversity in higher education, academic medicine, and health equity.