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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search AboutAbout Vision, Mission, Values & CARE Model Department DirectoryDepartment Directory Assistants & Administrative Staff Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Locations & Facilities COVID-19 Response History of the Department Open Faculty Positions Links for Employees Quick Links DivisionsDivisions Center for Reproductive Health Sciences (CRepHS) Division of Clinical Research (DCR) Division of Complex Family Planning, Contraception, & Gynecology Division of Urogynecology & Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Division of Academic Specialists of Obstetrics & Gynecology Division of Gynecologic Oncology Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine & Ultrasound Division of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Division of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Patient CarePatient Care MyChart Patient Portal COVID-19 Guidelines for Patients Referring a Patient Clinical Trials Obstetrics: Pregnancy & Childbirth High-Risk Pregnancy Ultrasound & Genetic Counseling Fertility & Reproductive Medicine Complex Family Planning, Contraception, & Gynecology Gynecology Gynecologic Cancer Gynecologic Surgery Pelvic Floor, Bladder & Urogynecology Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology Share Your Feedback Education & TrainingEducation & Training Grand Rounds Residency Fellowships Training Sites About St. Louis Medical Students Visiting Residents and Fellows Research Seminars Postdoctoral Fellowship in Women’s Health with a focus on Female Lower Urinary Tract Disorders (T32) Professional Development Series (PDS) ResearchResearch Division of Clinical Research (DCR) Center for Reproductive Health Sciences (CRepHS) Research Strengths Clinical Trials Route 66 Endometrial Cancer SPORE Recent Publications Training Opportunities Investigator Resources, Core Facilities & Funding Opportunities NewsNews Newsletters Annual Report EventsEvents Calendar View Alumni & Giving Open Search Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Department statement on DEIA At the highest levels of leadership, Washington University School of Medicine has made meaningful commitments to diversity and anti-racism. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is committed to collective change and is actively working towards more inclusion, diversity, equity, and advancement in our department and at Washington University School of Medicine. We recognize that our patients’ health impacts the health of families and communities. We acknowledge racism, not race, is a public health problem. We recognize that LGBTQ+ patients have faced discrimination and harm by the medical community. And as physicians, clinicians, healthcare workers, researchers, and educators, we take seriously our responsibility and our privilege to be part of the solution. IDEA2 Office IDEA2 stands for Inclusion, Innovation, Diversity, Discovery, Equity, Excellence, Advocacy, and Advancement. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology launched the IDEA2 Office in 2021 to promote diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the department, across the institution, and with community partners. The office aims to create welcoming cultures of belonging and increase community partnerships through engagement and trust. The IDEA2 principles are integrated into our CARE model (clinical service, administrative support and oversight, research, and education). The values that guide CARE are Competence, Curiosity, and Compassion.  Resource Quick Links Department and Trainee Initiatives IDEA2 OfficeIDEA2 stands for Inclusion, Innovation, Diversity, Discovery, Equity, Excellence, Advocacy, and Advancement. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology launched the IDEA2 Office in 2021 to promote diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the department, across the institution, and with community partners. The office aims to create welcoming cultures of belonging and increase community partnerships through engagement and trust.  DEIA Residency Curriculum Established in June 2021, our resident-run curriculum encompasses 9 events throughout the year, each focusing on different topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, and advocacy. Learn more Division of Clinical Research Community Advisory Board The CAB is a resource for connecting and relaying information between communities and researchers. The CAB shares community information and assistance to research projects or initiative teams. Their advice can be used to improve and promote communication and provide ideas for quality improvement. The CAB is an opportunity to build bridges of trust and possibilities of collaboration between academics and communities. Learn more about the CAB Subcommittee for Gender Diverse CareThe IDEA2 subcommittee is a diverse group of people who are tasked with improving the care we provide to transgender and gender expansive patients.  As part of this initiative, we have begun to roll out an assessment that will inform future QI/QA interventions. Learn more about the Subcommittee for Gender Diverse Care University-wide Initiatives & Resources ResourceDescription / WebsiteDiversity, Equity & InclusionBacked by strong commitments from the School of Medicine dean and school leadership, and priorities and programs coordinated by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, we are laying the foundation for a stronger, more equitable campus and community where everyone is welcomed, respected and supported. Learn moreOffice of Diversity, Equity & InclusionThe Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion aims to create a workplace environment that is diverse, inclusive and nurturing of people from all backgrounds. Learn moreOffice of Diversity ProgramsThe Office of Diversity Programs enhances the educational environment through recruitment of a culturally diverse academic workforce while preparing a diverse student body to become leaders in a vibrant, global society. Learn moreAcademy for Diversity, Equity, and InclusionThe Academy works with existing diversity, equity, inclusion, climate, and culture offices, initiatives, and entities across the university serving as a catalyst for this work across the institution. Learn moreOffice of Diversity Programs (Residents and Fellows)The Office of Diversity Programs is committed to cultural competence in post-graduate medical education and training. Learn moreAnti-Racism ResourcesBrowse anti-racism resources such as articles, books, podcasts and more. Learn moreDiversity Groups for Faculty and StaffEngage in campus conversations, cultural celebrations, advocacy opportunities and more through events happening on and near campus. Learn moreAffinity Groups for Faculty and Staff supported by The AcademyAffinity groups are self-governed and led by volunteer staff and faculty leaders that support diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts that shift the culture and climate of the WashU community. Learn moreAffinity Groups at the School of MedicineThe Office of Diversity Programs supports a variety of student affinity groups. Learn moreStudent Groups at the School of MedicineWUSM encourages and supports student organizations and programs that provide learning experiences beyond the classroom and the medical center. Learn moreDiversity, Equity, Inclusion & Advocacy (DEIA) at OBGYNOBGYN Resident-run DEIA Committee Learn moreOUTMedOUTmed is a Department of Medicine sponsored organization that advocates for the LGBTQIA+ community.  Membership is comprised of faculty, trainees, residents, students, staff and allies. Learn moreOutMentorOUTmentor is a mentoring program for SGM/LGBTQIA+ identifying faculty and trainees at the School of Medicine. Learn moreLGBTQMedLGBTQ Med is the Washington University School of Medicine student-run interest group dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) identity and health. Learn moreStudents and Healthcare Abilities Coalition (SHAC)This group aims to both improve healthcare for disabled people and create a community by and for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses and their allies across all programs at WUSM. Learn moreMentorship to Enhance Diversity in Academia (MEDA) ProgramThe MEDA program will provide trainees with support, resources, personalized guidance, and engaging opportunities they need to become successful at WUSM and in their future careers. Learn moreWashington University Minority Medical Association (WUMMA) Residents and fellows who are a member of a group that is underrepresented in medicine and are interested in professional development and community building Learn moreForum for Women in MedicineProvide skill sets for the professional development of women trainees in the Department of Medicine Learn moreAcademic Women’s NetworkEstablished in 1990 by women faculty at WUSM to promote professional interactions and career development and to assist and mentor women in science and medicine. Learn moreAmerican Medical Women’s Association (WashU Chapter)The WashU chapter of a national organization that is dedicated to promoting women’s health, improving the professional development and personal well-being of its members, and increasing the influence of women in all aspects of the medical profession. Learn moreAssociation of Women SurgeonsThe group focuses on bringing together female students with an interest in surgery, along with female surgical residents and faculty. Learn more IDEA2 Related Resources OrganizationLinks & DocumentsAssociation of American Medical Colleges– Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Medical Education– Achieving excellence through equity, diversity, and inclusion– AMA-AAMC Advancing Health Equity: A Guide to Language, Narrative and Concepts– Anti-racism in Medicine CollectionAccreditation Council for Graduate Medical EducationACGME Equity Matters Video LibraryThink Cultural Health is sponsored by the Office of Minority HealthCulturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) StandardsAmerican Academy of Physician AssociatesDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion CME SeriesAssociation of Physician Associates in Obstetrics and GynecologyDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion ToolkitAmerican College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists–Diversity, Equity & Inclusive Excellence at ACOG–Patient Safety Bundle: Reduction of Peripartum Racial Ethnic Disparities–Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health: Racial & Ethnic DisparitiesUC Davis – School of MedicineI-DARE Taskforce Initiative ToolkitAmerican Hospital Association– A Toolkit for Achieving Success and Sharing Your Story– Strategies for Leadership: Does your hospital reflect the community it serves?  A Diversity and Cultural Proficiency Assessment Tool for LeadersAHA Institute for Diversity and Health Equity– Health Equity Resource Series: Diversity and Inclusion in Leadership and Governance – Health Equity Resource Series: Training and the Culture of Learning – Health Equity Resource Series: Data-Driven Care Delivery Health– Equity Resource Series: Community Partnerships: Strategies to Accelerate Health Equity – HEAL: Health Equity Action LibraryNational Academy of ScienceAssessing Meaningful Community EngagementRegion V Public Health Training CenterTraining CatalogHealth Research & Educational Trust, Institute for Diversity in Health ManagementBuilding a culturally competent organization: The quest for equity in health careRacial Equity ToolsReproductive Justice Key Sites American Public Health Association– Video: What is Health Equity? Episode 2 of “That’s Public Health” – Health Equity – Racism and HealthMosaic in MedicineOnline peer-reviewed publication for underrepresented voices in medicineWashU OBGYN does not claim ownership of the above resources. The above is a collection of IDEA2 related resources for referencing convenience Andrea Hagemann, MD, former resident Lulu Yu, MD, and resident Melissa Cantave, MD, talk in the hall outside the operating rooms at CAM on December 3, 2021. MATT MILLER/WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IDEA2 News IDEA2, Resident DEIA DEIA Committee celebrates Women’s History Month March 29, 2024Women’s HERstory Month started in 1980 when a consortium of women’s groups and historians (National Women’s History Project, now National Women’s History Alliance, advocated for a week long celebration, which President Jimmy Carter issued a Presidential Proclamation for. It wasn’t until 1987 that Congress passed Public Law 100-9, officially designating March as “Women’s History Month”. […]IDEA2, Resident DEIA DEIA Committee Celebrates Black History Month February 26, 2024The following information was curated by: Dr. Halley Staples (bio), DEIA Committee. Alexa Irene Canady, MD (1950 – present)  Alexa Irene Canady was born in Michigan in 1950, where she ultimately attended University of Michigan and received a B.S. in zoology. Prior to her graduation, Canady nearly dropped out due to lack of self-confidence, however, […]IDEA2, News, Resident DEIA DEIA Committee Celebrates L.A.B. Days February 23, 2024The following information was curated by: Dr. Bridget Huysman (bio), DEIA Committee. From February 28 to March 1 we recognize the Betsey, Lucy, and Anarcha Days of Recognition.  Lucy, Anarcha, and Betsey were three enslaved women who underwent multiple experimental surgical procedures without anesthesia under the care of James Marion Sims.  Take a moment during these […] IDEA2 Events University-wide DEIA News RSS Error: https://diversity.med.wustl.edu/feed/ is invalid XML, likely due to invalid characters. XML error: Invalid character at line 532, column 28 About Us Vision, Mission, Values & CARE Model Department Directory Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Locations & Facilities COVID-19 Response History of the Department Open Faculty Positions Links for Employees Assistants & Administrative Staff Quick Links Department of Obstetrics & GynecologyWashington University School of MedicinePost Address: MSC 8064-37-1005, 660 S. 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