The Faculty of Medicine’s vision, “Transforming Health for Everyone” by engaging principles of excellence, equity, and engagement is the inspiration for the goals and action plans described in several key documents which provide the framework for the work ongoing and planned to transform our culture.
The UBC Inclusion Action plan operationalizes the theme of inclusion, and supports the themes of innovation and collaboration in UBC’s Strategic Plan. The emerging research is unequivocal: diversity enhances innovation, and inclusive spaces are required to ensure that diverse teams are able to collaborate effectively. As the world becomes more connected, and UBC focuses on contributing to global citizenship and finding solutions to complex issues, this plan supports our continuing progress.
The Indigenous Strategic Plan sets out a series of eight goals and 43 actions the university will collectively take in order to advance our vision of becoming a leading university globally in the implementation of Indigenous peoples’ human rights.
UBC Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence Task Force
The Task Force was created as part of the response to UBC’s commitment to build a more inclusive university community.
Faculty of Medicine Frameworks
UBC Faculty of Medicine Strategic Plan
The Faculty of Medicine’s strategic plan, Building the Future, affirms that learners, staff, and faculty are the platform for success as an organization.
Faculty of Medicine Vision: Transforming Health for Everyone
Explore the vision and values: Respect, Integrity, Compassion, Collaboration, and Equity.
The UBC Faculty of Medicine Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action
Reckoning with the Truth, Working Together for a Better Future.
Dean’s Task Force on Respectful Environments
This task force recommended specific activities to the Dean and the Faculty Executive Committee specific actions that the Faculty of Medicine can undertake to actively create and maintain respectful learning and working environments for students, trainees, staff, and faculty.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action
In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission makes 94 calls to action across a wide range of areas including child welfare, education, health, justice, language and culture.
Recommendations from associations and stakeholders.
UBC Policy SC7: Discrimination
UBC Policy SC17: Sexual Misconduct and Sexualized Violence
UBC Policy SC18: Retaliation, Safe Disclosure, and Reporting
UBC Statement on Respectful Environment for Students, Faculty and Staff
Faculty of Medicine Policies and Processes
Professional Standards for Learners and Faculty Members in the Faculties of Medicine and Dentistry
Process to Address Complaints of Mistreatment of Learners