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Diversity Toolkit

Diversity is the acceptance, embrace, and inclusion of individuals as related to differences in age, beliefs, culture, education, ethnicity, experience, gender, norms, race, religion, socioeconomics, or values.

 Tools

Tools

White Papers and Articles

White Papers and Articles

Education

Education


Member Shared Resources
ASHHRA would like to thank the members from the following organizations for contributing to this toolkit:

  • Morehead Associates
  • Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET)
  • Human Rights Campaign Foundation
  • SUNY/Downstate Medical Center

 


Tools 
Tools

  1. Conducting a Cultural Self Assessment (PDF)
    Dennis Andrulis, SUNY/Downstate Medical Center

  2. Building a Culturally Competent Organization: The Quest for Equity in Health Care (PDF)
    Health Research & Educational Trust, June 2011

  3. Sample Ad (PDF)
    Health Equity Index, Human Rights Campaign Foundation 

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White Papers and Articles
White Papers and Articles

  1. 5 Things an Employer Can DO To “Succeed” at This Thing Called “Diversity” (PDF)
    Janilyn Brouwer Daub, Esq. and Dawn R. Rosemond, Esq Morehead Associates

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Education
Education 


 

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Disclaimer
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