Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Together we stand now and forever supporting a diverse and inclusive community where all people are valued and respected for who they are. We stand against racism, bias, and all injustices. The disparities and inequities that occur as a result of discrimination create a barrier for us to achieve our mission of “Improving mental health care… together” – for ALL people. We are principled leaders who are primed and positioned to develop solutions for the mental health problems and care for the world; we will and must do our part. Our commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence for PsychU is unwavering.
InterviewOctober 11, 2021From the 2019 Pew Research Center survey of over 25 countries on people view of diversity in their country, most…
InterviewOctober 4, 2021From the 2019 Pew Research Center survey of over 25 countries on people view of diversity in their country, most…
Addressing Racial Disparities In Healthcare For Black Americans: Follow-Up Q&A With Harriet A. WashingtonInterviewAugust 28, 2021In this follow-up to the webinar, Addressing Racial Disparities In Healthcare For Black Americans: Bridging The Gap & Changing The…
InterviewOctober 11, 2021
InterviewOctober 4, 2021
Downloadable ResourceOctober 1, 2021
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