Fri, Oct 25, 2019 · 7:00

Participants and faculty include health care providers (physicians, scientists, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants), individuals involved in talent acquisition and development (HR professionals), diversity and inclusion practitioners, supervisors, and hospital leadership and administrators. Participants have an opportunity to learn evidence-based processes to identify and address bias as it affects patient care, health equity and the workforce from leading experts through presentations, discussions, and experiential workshops.

The Mayo Clinic and invited guest faculty represent diversity and inclusion cross-sector trailblazers within top companies and healthcare organizations. The program highlights strategies, policies, and practices that have been shown to contribute to inclusive workplace environments, enhance engagement, recruitment, development, advancement and retention of women and minorities in the workforce. Social determinants of health, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and other characteristics that contribute to health disparities are explored and methodologies to mitigate them are discussed. New this year, two themed mini-symposia on African Americans and women in the health care workforce and as patients.

This program is intended for individuals interested in advancing health equity and diversity and inclusion in health care, including health care providers, social workers, nurses, individuals involved in talent acquisition and development such as hiring managers (HR professionals), supervisors, hospital leadership and administrators, and diversity and inclusion practitioners.

MD/PhD: USD 600.0,
RN, NP, PA, Resident/Fellow, Allied Health, Student: USD 475.0