Resources

REDI’s Indigenous Musicians List

REDI’s Indigenous Musicians List

June 21st marks National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, a time to “recognize and celebrate the history, heritage, resilience, and diversity of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities across Canada” (Government of Canada). In honour of this day, we are thrilled to share a curated list of our favourite Indigenous musicians.

Beyond Diversity: Embedding a Culture of Inclusive Excellence in Medicine

Beyond Diversity: Embedding a Culture of Inclusive Excellence in Medicine

Watch a recording of REDI’s Third Annual Symposium on embedding inclusive excellence into various domains of academic medicine. We addressed topics including teaching, mentorship, leadership, research, and patient care.

REDI Best Practices: Designing a Faculty In-Person Interview Experience for Success

REDI Best Practices: Designing a Faculty In-Person Interview Experience for Success

This tip sheet outlines the essentials of structuring an effective and inclusive faculty interview process at UBC. The in-person interview is a critical step in hiring, involving traditional Q&A sessions, teaching demonstrations, and strategic meetings with leadership and potential colleagues. It ensures that every candidate feels valued and has an equal opportunity to demonstrate their capabilities.

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Watch the recording for a conversation with Natan Obed, Canada’s National Inuit Leader. Natan Obed is the president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the national representational organization protecting and advancing the rights and interests of Inuit in Canada.

Managing Fragility and Saviourism Reactions in EDI work

Managing Fragility and Saviourism Reactions in EDI work

Watch the recording for a conversation on combating racism in healthcare. The panel features Derek Thompson, Maria Hubinette, Oakley Ramprashad, co-moderated by Saleem Razack and Harpreet Ahuja.

REDI’s Refugee Experiences Book List

REDI’s Refugee Experiences Book List

April 4th marks Refugee Rights Day, a time to reflect on the challenges faced by refugees. Explore a curated collection of diverse books that capture the resilience, courage, and humanity of refugees from around the world. These narratives can empower you to deliver compassionate care that respects the dignity and humanity of each individual you serve.

Universal Design

Universal Design

Universal Design (UD) calls for the removal of barriers to support everyone, not only people with disabilities. It can be applied to a variety of contexts, including learning and the workplace.

REDI Best Practices: EDI Criteria & Interview Questions in Faculty and Staff Searches

REDI Best Practices: EDI Criteria & Interview Questions in Faculty and Staff Searches

This tip sheet offers a structured framework for reflecting on essential EDI considerations when developing a faculty hiring process, offering guidance to consider before writing the job posting, before reviewing applications, and before selecting interview questions. Offering several lists of selection criteria and interview questions, it is a prompt for hiring committees to think deeply about the meaning of “excellence” and approach the entirety of the hiring process with inclusion in mind.

The 5 D’s of Bystander Intervention

REDI Best Practices: The 5 D’s of Bystander Intervention

Imagine you witness harassment unfolding before your eyes. What steps can you take? This tip sheet breaks down the crucial elements of intervention, starting with a thoughtful consideration of timing. Is it safe to act immediately, or is it wiser to wait for a safer opportunity? Discover the five key actions you can take from direct intervention to delegation, each “D” offers a strategic approach tailored to various scenarios.

Gender-affirming Care in Action: Stories and Insights from the Frontline

Gender-affirming Care in Action: Stories and Insights from the Frontline

Watch a recording for a conversation with a panel of healthcare professionals and individuals with transgender lived experiences. Gain valuable insights into the healthcare needs of transgender and gender-diverse individuals and expand your understanding of how to deliver compassionate and high-quality care to all your patients.