Infectious Disease Diversity, Equity, and Anti-racism (ID2EA)
The Yale Section of Infectious Disease (ID) established an Infectious Disease section Diversity, Equity, and Anti-racism (ID2EA) curriculum. Since combatting racism and welcoming diversity and including are a process, the curriculum’s framework embraces the concept of a roadmap with ongoing stops. These stops are interactive sessions with a selected theme discussed by expert and community panelists and moderated by 1-2 members of the ID2EA curriculum committee.
- Establish an educational roadmap to faculty and trainees to enhance their knowledge, skills, and attitude to address structural and cultural bias and racism,
- Provide equitable access and care to all our patients and thus improve their health outcomes.
- Enhance professional development and instill institutional changes to promote diversity and inclusion
The team consists of members from the following:
- ID Section Faculty
- History of Medicine
- Poorvu Center
- Trainees GME
The AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) works in partnership with the team.
The ID2EA curriculum has a budget in order to support the following needs:
- educational materials
- technical assistance
First Roadmap Stop
Second Roadmap StopRead More
Third Roadmap StopRead More
Primary and additional resources to accompany the Roadmap curriculum that include relevant and informative literature and visual materials regarding racism, health and medicine.