Educational Resources on EDIIA
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Indigeneity and Accessibility
Below is a list of resources, including some that have been provided by the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, the Office of Inclusion and Diversity and the Department of Medicine.
We encourage all our faculty and learners to take some time to make use of this list and join us as we work towards deeper understanding of our history, differences, and how to apply EDIIA into our clinical, research and learning environments.
Short readings and multi-media:
Courses and Learning Modules:
Building the Foundations of Anti-Oppressive Healthcare (2 module workshops)
Building the Foundations of Anti-Oppressive Healthcare - Centre for Faculty Development (2 module workshops)
"Indigenous Canada" free course (University of Alberta)
This free course "Indigenous Canada" from the University of Alberta can be taken on one's own time. It is not healthcare specific but "explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations." The course is available on the Coursera platform, you must create an account and choose the "Audit" option to participate for free.
San'yas Ontario Indigenous Cultural Safety Training
The San'yas Ontario Indigenous Cultural Safety Training is a highly rated 8 week online course. The cost per participant is $300 and new courses begin every Monday.
Longer readings and books
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- Anti-Racist Health Care Practice By Elizabeth McGibbon, Josephine Etowa
- Dismantling Anti-Black Racism- CAMH
- Indigenous Health Primer (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario)
- Indigenous Writes by Chelsea Vowel
- In Plain Sight: Addressing Indigenous-specific Racism and Discrimination in BC Health Care
- Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism by Sol Goldberg
- Readings on the history of Anti-Asian racism and how to be an anti-racist ally, compiled by Jennifer Ho (University of Colorado Boulder)