ICHP’s Educational Affairs Division held a 3-part Diversity in Pharmacy webinar series in the Fall of 2020. As one of the outcomes of that experience, ICHP created this Diversity in Pharmacy webpage where we will share resources on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Please forward any related resources you would like us to consider sharing to email@example.com with Diversity in the subject line. New information will be posted on this webpage as available, so please check back often.
November 22, 2022 - President Denise Kolanczyk announced that the ICHP Board unanimously approved the creation of a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee on November 5, 2022.This will present ICHP members with opportunities to come together and lead our organization into the future. Further details will be communicated in the months ahead about becoming involved in this new opportunity.
ACPE Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) Resources for planning continuing pharmacy education activities. Link: ACPE DEI Resources
Harvard Business Review article, September-October 2022, "The Surprising Benefits of Work Life Support", by Alexandra Kalev & Frank Dobbin. Presents information and statistics on the positive impact of flextime on organizational diversity.
Recommended reading: Cultures of Belonging: Building Inclusive Organizations That Last, by Alida Miranda-Wolff, HarperCollins Leadership, 2022. Available on Amazon.com. This resource was used to guide discussion at the ICHP Leadership Retreat in November 2022.
ICHP KeePosted News Journal article, November 2020, "Let's Talk About It: Health Equity, Racism, and Cultural Humility" by Klodiana Myftari, PharmD, BCACP and Sally Arif, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP.
Chicago Tribune article on Bias in Health Care: https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-chicago-health-care-racism-george-floyd-implicit-bias--20200813-nxrujltiyvg37pks2hyf6iwb7m-story.html
Dark Room Methodology: Bringing Light to Structural Racism | Vibhuti Arya | TEDxRutgers
What is the definition of microaggression? https://youtu.be/bjzWENcW6NQ
Say what?! Small slights...big impact https://youtu.be/f83xc1sM_j4
How unintentional but insidious bias can be most harmful https://youtu.be/mgvjnxr6OCE
David Sedaris says don't confuse mistakes for microaggressions https://youtu.be/xKDW-MQR-QI