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Office of Inclusion and Diversity

What We Do

The Office of Inclusion and Diversity (OID) supports  Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s commitment to Excellence through Equity, one of the three strategic domains of focus named in the 2018-2023 Academic Strategic Plan.

OID works collaboratively to achieve the following initiatives:

  • Design programs and policies that promote an equitable, inclusive and diverse environment
  • Provide guidance and support on EDI and human rights issues 
  • Advise and collaborate on implementing EDI priorities

 

The Office of Inclusion and Diversity offers equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) workshops, information sessions, and training opportunities for learners, staff and faculty members. Request one today!

Diversity Dialogue events facilitate discussion and reflection on issues related to equity, diversity, inclusion and social justice in healthcare practice and research. Check out upcoming events or collaborate on creating one.

Have a great idea for an EDI initiative? Transform your idea into action by applying to the EDI Action Fund and receive up to $500!

If you are a Temerty Faculty of Medicine learner that is interested in equity, inclusion and diversity, join the LEAD Committee to discuss and respond to EDI concerns in a supportive community.

The Diversity Mentorship Program aims to connect U of T medical students or first year residents from underrepresented/minoritized groups to faculty mentors who are able to support and assist them in their educational and professional growth.

Lisa Robinson

Vice Dean, Strategy and Operations 

Professor Lisa Robinson
(she/her pronouns)

Professor Lisa Richardson. By Danny Santa Ana, UHN

Associate Dean, Inclusion & Diversity

Professor Lisa Richardson
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Faculty, staff and learners, please contact us at medicine.inclusiondiversity@utoronto.ca if you:

Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan

Created and Finalized in September 2020 by the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, Co-Chaired by Onye Nnorom and Ike Okafor

Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge the land on which the Temerty Faculty of Medicine operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the New Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.
Aerial view of front campus, St George