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Library Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

The library, as part of Midwestern University, is dedicated to effect change, overcome inequities, promote greater diversity, and establish a culture of inclusivity that celebrates diversity. We pledge our commitment to undo inequities that exist in policies and practices, advance values of diversity and inclusion, and to create a truly equitable environment for faculty, staff, and students.

The information shared on this healthcare guide is not comprehensive nor reflective of all available materials.  For more information:

About this Guide

Every patient brings their own personal, cultural, emotional, and physical history into every interaction. It is unlikely that any practitioner will become truly culturally competent. Other, more appropriate terms include cultural humility, cultural effectiveness, and cultural responsiveness. This guide includes tools to help pratitioners become more culturally effective. Tabs in the guide focus on race, ethnicity and culture, sexual and gender identity, and physical and mental disabilities.

Searching for Information?

Looking for articles on cultural competence, humility, effectiveness, or responsiveness?

The best databases are Academic Search Complete, CINAHL, ERIC (education), and Medline.

Want to search them all at once?

Use EBSCOhost and select All Databases.

Print Books

Communicating with Diverse Patients

A Very Good Quick Read

Shirlywhirl, M.D.

Videos on Cultural Awareness

Inclusivity in Scholarly Communication

Free Inclusive Images for Teaching and Presenting

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Map and Driving Directions - IL

Glendale Campus Library (623) 572-3308
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19555 N. 59th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85308

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