Our Courses

Our Health Equity courses are our research-based approach to equipping healthcare professionals with the ability to remain open to care-seekers’ personal identities. These courses educate our healthcare professionals on the building blocks of health equity, while acknowledging that their cultural background, beliefs, values, and traditions can impact how they make decisions about their care.

These courses are recommended for all patients-interfacing healthcare professionals including but not limited to: Physicians, Physicians assistants, nurses, nurses practitioners, allied health professionals, patient advocates, public health professionals, social workers, volunteers, receptionist, researchers, and trainees.

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Reviewed by an advisory board of esteemed physicians and community organizations.

Facilitated via our Learning Management System

HUED certification and badge awarded after successful completion

Certificate required for placement on the HUED directory

Cultural Competence and Humility

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Recall culturally competent concepts as they relate to healthcare practices
  • Identify strategies for implementing cultural competence in healthcare settings
  • Associate the importance and impact of cultural competence in healthcare to better patient care

DurationApprox. 50-60 min


By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Identify forms of racism in health settings
  • Understand the impact of racial bias and medical mistrust
  • Conceptualize anti racism as an ongoing practice
  • Apply an Anti Racist framework to achieving racial equity

DurationApprox. 50-60 min

Unconscious Bias

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Develop a process of confronting unconscious bias
  • Differentiate between bias and fact
  • Apply strategies to reduce existing biases

DurationApprox. 50-60 min

Social Determinants of Health

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Define social determinants of health and health equity and identify examples of each
  • Analyze the impact of inequities on the health of Black, Latinx, and Indigenous communities
  • Identify policies and practices that improve access to equitable healthcare services
  • Recall the importance of basic social needs in preventing poor health outcomes

DurationApprox. 50-60 min

Introduction to Perinatal Health Equity

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Describe concepts relating to perinatal health equity.
  • Explain the historical implications in present-day labor and birth practices.
  • Summarize the barriers to birth equity.
  • Explain the evidence-based practices to achieving perinatal health equity.

DurationApprox. 90 min

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