Welcome Dr. Hendry Ton, Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
|OEDI staff would like to welcome Dr. Hendry Ton as the Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity & Inclusion. Dr. Ton has already been a partner of OEDI in collaboration with the Center for Reducing Health Disparities, the Vice Chancellors LGBTQ+ Advisory Group, and the Restorative Justice Training Group. This is a seamless transition for OEDI and we are excited to have Dr. Ton join our team.|
UC, CSU and CCC leaders urge President-elect Trump to continue DACA
In a letter sent today (Nov. 29), University of California President Janet Napolitano joined with California State University Chancellor Timothy White and Eloy Ortiz Oakley, chancellor-designate of the California Community College System, in calling upon President-elect Donald Trump to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and allow California and the nation’s DREAMers to continue to pursue their education in the United States.
A copy of the letter sent to President-elect Trump can found here.
Prep Médico partnership aims to build next generation of physicians who will advance Latino health
Latinos make up 39 percent of California’s population, but only 4.7 percent of its physicians. To help close the gap, UC Davis and The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG) are launching a new initiative to produce more doctors who are well-prepared to advance health for the state’s largest ethnic group.
The overall goal of the Prep Médico program – short for “Preparando Estudiantes Para Ser Médicos,” or “Preparing Students to Be Physicians” – is to enhance the diversity in the physician workforce and in Northern California that will provide cultural and linguistically sensitive health care.
Emergency Medicine showcases Principles of Community
April 8, 2016
The university’s Principles of Community received an added boost this week when the Department of Emergency Medicine commemorated the document and the values it represents by dedicating a specially framed copy that had been signed by the entire department.
In the always busy corridor outside of the triage rooms and waiting area, Nate Kuppermann, professor and chair of the department, addressed a small gathering of people and explained why the Principles help provide Emergency Medicine patients, visitors and staff with a way to better understand and value individual differences as well as common ground.
“We are a department of great size and diversity, both in staff and in patients,” said Kuppermann, in brief remarks. “The Department of Emergency Medicine firmly believes in the Principles of Community because they reflect our strong and enduring commitment to our patients, our community, as well as to each other and to the values of UC Davis.”
Kuppermann said that the signed and framed Principles were positioned at the entryway and threshold of the department as “a testament to what we hold dear and true.”
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