Graduate Medical Education (GME) is committed to promoting cultural responsiveness through cultivating an inclusive workforce

Diversity & Inclusion Fall 2022 Speaker Series

The Role of Healthcare Professionals in Documenting Human Rights Abuses and Advocating for Asylum Seekers

Wednesday, December 14, 2022, 6pm

A very special seminar on the role of physicians and healthcare professionals in documenting and advocating for victims of abuse who seek asylum. It will detail specific competencies in the area and provide CME credit for MDs.

Registration Required: Follow This Link to Register 


Graduate Medical Education Policy Statement

Hampton Roads has a population of 1.7 million and is the seventh largest metro in the Southeast United States. The resident physicians of Eastern Virginia Medical School thrive by learning from our patients' wide spectrum of multiracial and ethnic, socioeconomic, and diverse life experiences.  We are guided by the EVMS diversity statement, “We strive to attract talented students, trainees, faculty, staff, and leaders who bring diverse attributes and experiences to drive our collective commitment to excellence”.  Our programs promote a workplace of inclusiveness, which fosters creativity, teamwork, culturally sensitive patient care, and an enriching training environment. We are committed to recruiting underrepresented applicants in medicine and responsive to our community's needs. 

Eastern Virginia Medical School provides a rich assortment of courses, events, programming, and resources that support diversity and inclusion