Certificate Program for Interns, Residents, and Non-Faculty Educators

Interns, Residents, and Non-Faculty Educators
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Program Overview

This program is designed for Interns, Residents, and Non-Faculty Educators who want to build inclusive work and learning environments that are welcoming to students and clients. Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians will earn 9 Continuing Education Credits upon Certificate completion. Online module topics include:

  • The Case for Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
  • Diversity Lingo
  • History of Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
  • Stereotype Threat
  • Microaggressions
  • The LGBTQ+ Community
  • Effective Communication with Spanish-Speaking Clients and Colleagues
  • Persons with Disabilities
  • Men in Veterinary Medicine
  • Generational Diversity
  • Affirmative Leadership
  • P-12 Engagement

You will also:

  • Complete and document 1 hour of volunteer community service and submit written reflections about what was learned. Fully online options are available.

  • Document participation in 2 pertinent activities each lasting at least one hour, and submit written reflections about what was learned from each activity. Fully online options are available.

  • Submit a capstone paper (1 page) on how you will use information from the certificate program to strengthen diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine.

For additional program information email: hcvm@purdue.edu

Get a Group Discount!

Discounts for groups of 10 or 25 Interns, Residents, and Non-Faculty Educators are available if the entire group is registered and paid for as a cohort. 

Register Your Group

For more registration information, contact us at hcvm@purdue.edu. Refunds will not be given. Purdue University is not responsible for expenses incurred due to cancellations.

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