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Office of Inclusion

Our Offices Are on All Three Campuses

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The Heritage College Office of Inclusion develops and implements strategies, programs and activities on all three of our campuses that promote diversity through educational learning experiences and cultural competency training for students, faculty and staff.

For Medical Students

  • Learning Support Services
  • Diversity Training
  • Student and Professional Organizations
  • Events and Activities
  • Scholarships
  • Reporting Tool

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For Pre-Medical Students

  • Early Enrollment Programs

  • Summer Research Opportunities

  • Engagement Programs for High Schoolers

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Program Overview

Contact Us

HCOM-inclusion@ohio.edu

Athens: 740.593.2209 | Grosvenor 030

Dublin: 614.793.5657 | MEB1 118

Cleveland: 216.295.7920 | SPS 277

For Faculty and Staff

  • Diversity Training
  • Reporting Tool

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Reporting Tool

The reporting tool is available to report bias or hate motivated incidents you may witness or experience in our academic community. For more details about how your report will be processed, visit the FAQ page.

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News

  • Workshop lets health professions students practice respectful teamwork

    The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine hosted a full-day workshop aimed at helping health professions students learn how to better care for patients in ways that are mutually respectful, unrestricted by stereotypes and genuinely curious. The theme for the event: “Caring for the Underserved in an Interprofessional and Interpersonal Way.”
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  • Interprofessional summit stresses human connections as soul of teamwork

    Improving teamwork was the theme of a summit Jan. 27, sponsored by the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Office of Rural and Underserved Programs. It featured workshops for Heritage College and other health profession students, and a keynote address by Andrew Morris-Singer, an expert on relational leadership in health care.
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  • First Heritage College Rural and Urban Scholars Pathways students receive D.O. degrees

    When the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine launched its Rural and Urban Scholars Pathways program in 2013, the purpose was simple: to prepare future physicians to practice in medically underserved communities. In just three years, the program is well on its way.
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Blog

Open Book Project focuses on narrative medicine

Faculty and staff from throughout our medical school and the Scripps College of Communication have developed the Open Book Project, a unique program grounded in narrative medicine that’s part of a larger movement to embrace diversity, cultivate inclusion and promote affiliation.

RUSP: Learning from and with rural and urban underserved communities

Incoming students in our Rural and Urban Scholars Pathways program learned about health care needs and experiences in underserved areas of Ohio during a three-day community-based immersion experience.