The USF Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) is committed to training physicians from all backgrounds and cultures and has an interest in developing a diverse community among residents and fellows from all training programs.
We adhere to the USF principles of community which include:
USF GME defines diversity not solely limited to race and ethnicity, but also encompass talents, life skills and special attributes.
Our commitment to diversity extends to:
The Diversity Subcommittee is charged with upholding the USF MCOM diversity framework that encourages and promotes an environment that emphasizes the value and importance of diversity in the learning and working environment.
Under the auspices of the Graduate Medical Education Committee, the Diversity Subcommittee establishes initiatives and programs that will educate our house staff on the impact of diversity and culturally competent care in their practice and society as well as promote the growth of diversity within our programs and the medical field.
Are you interested in joining an institution or affiliate diversity/equity committee or the opportunity to fund your research related to Health Equity?
Contact a member of the Resident Advisory Committee (RAC) or Chair of Diversity & Health Equity Subcommittee for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org