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Diversity, Representation, and Inclusion for Value in Education
A GSBS, GSN, SOM, GME, CME, DIO, LSL, and OFA collaboration

The goals of DRIVE are:

  • To promote a representative and bias-free curriculum across our learning environments
  • To enhance the accuracy, representation, and inclusion of diverse populations in all our educational activities
  • To make space for these conversations and this work in our community

Want to learn more? Follow the links below to view: 

  • The Curriculum Appraisal Tool, click here  
  • Interactive Library Guide with expanded appraisal tools and linked resources, click here
  • Download sample disclosure slide for inclusion and presentations,
  • Zoom recording of the faculty development workshop, click here
  • Extensive self-education on race in medicine resource collection cured by Yale medical library, click here 
  • Required before taking a workshop: Addressing Bias in the Curriculum an Independent Learning Module, click here

Register now for a DRIVE Core Skills Workshop. We’ll review all six sections of the new and improved Curriculum Appraisal Tool and discuss their application to your own teaching materials.   You must complete the introductory Independent Learning Module (ILM) before attending the workshop in order to receive full CME credit.  

DRIVE Workshops Spring 2022

Day  Date  Time  Register in advance for this meeting at:
Thursday  February 10th  12:00-1:00pm  Register here!
Tuesday February 15th 3:00-4:00PM Register here!



Melissa Fischer, MD, MEd
Associate Dean for Undergraduate
Medical Education 

Gail March Cohen, PhD, MFA
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate
Medical Education

Manas Das, MD, MS
Assistant Dean for Foundational Curriculum
Associate Professor