Learn & Engage

Welcome to the Learn & Engage page!

We hope this page provides you with the necessary resources to continue learning about diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism (DEIA). First, highlighted are the four focus areas that the DEIA team prioritizes in our work; institutionalized diversity, equity and inclusion, workforce development, community engagement, and research, evaluation, and dissemination. Following these categories are a list of resources to deepen your understanding of DEIA.

For Clinicians 

There are so many ways that we can help support and strengthen our communities. Take advantage of these opportunities to make your mark.

Faculty and Staff Hiring Tools

Implicit Bias in Virtual Interviews

CU GME Recruitment Toolkit

Online Motivational Interviewing for Healthcare Professionals (with Opioid Misuse Module)

Learn and Engage

Centering Health Equity Podcast: 




Academy of Medical Educators Grand Rounds - The Myth of Meritocracy: How our selection processes perpetuate inequity and steps we can take to rectify it 

A Health Equity Guide for Healthcare Transformation and Accountability


UCHealth's upstander training which is located here: Being an Upstander

This year Colorado Academy of Family Physicians launched a Health Equity Resource Guide made for Family Physicians. Read, watch, listen, and reflect on how you can advance health equity as an individual, as a clinician, and as a community leader. Access the guide here with password: CAFPequity. In addition to this robust resource guide, CAFP is offering a 3-month, peer learning Health Equity Champion Certificate, for folks to deepen their equity knowledge and skills. People who sign up receive hand-selected materials delivered to their inbox weekly and monthly cohort debrief sessions resulting in a Certificate and 15 CME credits for $250 (free for students and residents). Learn more and sign up here! First cohort begins in September 2022.

Book Club

If you are interested in participating in the JEDI book club, please contact the DFM.DEI@cuanschutz.edu email. Bok club meets every other month and covers a wide range of topics that advance and deepen our understanding of equity and science. 


The Address Book: What Street Addresses Reveal about Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power (available for purchase through majpr online retailers)


Addressing White Privilege

COVID-19 and Health Disparities Impacting Latinos


1 In 7 People Are 'Some Other Race' On The U.S. Census. That's A Big Data Problem

Portrait Of A Parent With Alzheimer's

Black and Latino families continue to bear pandemic's great economic toll in U.S.


DFM Diversity