Why choose DEI resources from Ovid?

Ovid offers easy access to unique resources designed and devoted to preparing stakeholders throughout your institution to foster health equity and meet resource demand for training materials in this area.

  • Fill gaps in health equity training.
  • Provide access to relevant resources for faculty, education directors, clinical directors, students, residents, managers, and administrators.
  • Support efforts to improve health outcomes for the most disadvantaged communities.
  • Help students become more empathetic and socially conscious practitioners.
  • Contribute to building a more diverse staff throughout your institution.

Ovid Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Collection includes:

  • 24 online books from Springer Nature, Oxford University Press, Lippincott®, Cambridge University Press, Taylor & Francis, and the American Nurses Association.
  • Content covering the issues of LGBTQ health, gender, sexism, race, ethnicity, disabilities, and other important social and cultural issues
  • Simultaneous searching across all three resources using just one search query.
  • Precise, natural-language searching for quick information discovery.
  • Time-saving workflow tools such as inline abstracts, search results sorting, annotations, and more.

DEI content in Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination®

27 brand-new videos demonstrating interpersonal and communication techniques during patient visits — also available as a standalone resource!

  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills video content
  • Techniques designed to help build rapport, model empathy, and empower patients to make the right decisions
  • Topics that include the use of non-stigmatizing language, building rapport with patients who identify as LGBTQ+ as well as with individuals who have physical or sensory disabilities

Lippincott® TelemedInsights

This exceptional complement to Bates’ Visual Guide can be embedded into your curriculum and is organized into multiple training modules on how to deliver virtual person-centered care.

  • Telehealth training and guidance — through video and other multimedia content — to help improve students’ digital communication skills and sensitivity.
  • Topics that include:
    • Cultivating an inclusive environment
    • Access and equity in telehealth
    • Ethical considerations for telehealth
    • Assessing patient safety and quality of care
    • Trauma-informed care
    • Conducting a successful virtual visit from a certified child life specialist

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