Videos teach inclusion and caring for transgender patients

February 18th, 2021

When Halley Crissman, M.D., M.P.H., first became a medical student at U-M, she saw the school’s non-discrimination policy on gender identity as a good start to making Michigan Medicine a safe, accepting place for transgender and non-binary patients and staff. However, in her mind, the policy alone was not enough. Click through to learn how Crissman took it upon herself to create training videos designed to make the organization more inclusive to everyone!

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How a field clinic improved hearing loss in an Amish community

February 8th, 2021

When it comes to improving access to health care, field clinics certainly pull their weight. These mobile hotspots directly remove barriers to medical care for individuals who live in rural areas and cannot easily reach subspecialty care. Click through to learn how one Michigan Medicine team set up a field clinic to bring hearing health services to an underserved population within the state's Amish community.

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Inclusion: Fostering a sense of belonging

February 4th, 2021

Simple acts of respect between coworkers can breed a sense of belonging and an inclusive environment where every voice is heard and everyone can thrive. Click through for just a few examples of how small gestures can have a great impact at Michigan Medicine, bringing our core value of Inclusion to life.

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