We're committed to building a broadly diverse community, nurturing a culture that is welcoming and supportive, and engaging diverse ideas for the provision of culturally competent education, discovery, and patient care.
We monitor diversity and inclusion with regular reports on campus efforts, campus climate, and campus progress.
We accomplish our work by serving as a central resource on campus for our internal and external community members highlighting news and programming that foster a collaborative culture.
The work of the Office of Diversity and Outreach advances diversity, equity and inclusion for the entire campus and health system.
The Office of Diversity and Outreach continues to maintain a commitment to building, nurturing and engaging diversity and inclusion across the campus.
The Office of Diversity and Outreach provides free On-Demand Training courses to the *UCSF community. Click on the courses to read the descriptions. You may request to take the training courses we offer below by completing the Request a Training form.
* UCSF community includes students, trainees, residents, faculty, and staff. We cannot accept requests from non-UCSF community members at this time.
Unconscious Bias is a widely-researched concept that explores attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. This presentation will review state of the science on unconscious bias, explore the impact in the workplace and clinical setting, and present strategies for addressing bias. Participants are encouraged to take the Implicit Association Test prior to attending the presentation. Visit the Diversity & Outreach Unconscious Bias resource page for more information.
Introductory education program designed to provide participants with foundational knowledge and skills necessary to better support LGBTQIA+ community. Options to focus on topics such as pronouns, transgender, intersectionality, identities, and oppression.
This workshop is tailored to each audience to help them better understand and prevent sexual harassment and sexual violence. It may include realistic sexual harassment scenarios about how to identify and analyze sexual harassment and sexual violence and discussions about appropriate responses and potential remedial actions.
This workshop is tailored to each audience to help them better understand their responsibilities for promoting respect and in preventing discrimination, harassment, and bullying in the workplace as outlined by University's policies.
This foundational training is designed to introduce the programs and services from the UCSF Office of Diversity and Outreach, review UCSF PRIDE values, and present core concepts of diversity and inclusion. Topics such as cultural humility, unconscious bias, microaggessions, identity, and intersectionality may be covered.