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Making healthcare truly inclusive

Envisioning a more equitable world — from training to practice.

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Contributing to inclusivity

Diversity and inclusion are the foundation of innovation. By having a diverse group of people create education and solutions that reflect the diversity of our world, Elsevier is helping to lay the groundwork for more equitable healthcare worldwide.

Building better healthcare

At Elsevier, uncovering biases through thoroughly researched, vetted and expertly designed educational training is one way we overcome prejudices, paving the way to better health.

By shaping our solutions to provide content that supports representation and inclusion, we are driving awareness and empathy — bridging the diversity and equity gap for patients and healthcare professionals.

Solutions like Shadow Health and Complete Anatomy shed light on undertreated populations, bringing a massive amount of information and research to the forefront, making the healthcare field more accessible and accepting — ensuring patients come first.

Contributing to inclusivity in healthcare

We develop technology with a level of detail to ensure that diversity and inclusion are recognized and supported. It begins with our culture.

Hear from two of our leaders, James Sacra, Vice President of Technology, Nursing and Health Education and Katie Scranton, Data Science Lead, who are making sure that all voices are represented and respected from product conception to deployment.

Making healthcare truly inclusive

Learn more about the current state of healthcare and what the future might hold in our Clinician of the Future Report.

"In the survey, 63% of clinicians said they expect the healthcare workforce will be more diverse in the future to better represent the local population. This was especially the case in APAC (75%), particularly in China (81%)."

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Clinician of the Future

2022 Report

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