Resources for Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging in Medicine
The following resources are provided to assist students, staff and faculty from around the School of Medicine to learn more about matters related to diversity, inclusion & belonging.
ODIB welcomes and encourages active participation from Medical Students, Residents, Fellows, Undergraduates, Teachers, and Community members in our activities such as Mini Medical School, Symposiums, and Grand rounds. Those interested can register below.
Research, Training and Education
Creighton University Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
EDI collaboratively leads the University efforts in fostering a welcoming, inclusive, and affirming University environment where everyone is cherished and can succeed continually and sustainably as their fully authentic self and as a reflection of justice and our Jesuit, Catholic mission.
ODIB Office Hours
Associate Deans in the Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging (ODIB) are available for office hours at the following days and times in Omaha and Phoenix Campuses.
- Monday: 1– 4 p.m. — Omaha Campus
- Friday: 11 a.m.– 2 p.m. — Phoenix Campus
To make an appointment with a specific ODIB Associate Dean, or to meet with our Associate Director, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with some preferred dates and times. All schedules are subject to change, so please offer multiple times if possible.
Creighton Disability Accommodation and Awareness Committee
Creighton University is dedicated in the provision of information and assistance on disability accommodation and accessibility. We believe in a culture of openness, a supportive educational and work environment, and the promotion of equality and reasonable accommodation for employees and students with disabilities.
Title IX and Civil Rights Compliance
Creighton University is dedicated to the provision of information and assistance on disability accommodation and accessibility. We believe in a culture of openness, a supportive educational and work environment, and the promotion of equality and reasonable accommodation for employees and students with disabilities.
The Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Center
VIP is a free, confidential resource for Creighton students, faculty, and staff. We support individuals following incidents of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and other related issues. This includes primary survivors (individuals experiencing an act of violence) and secondary survivors (friends, roommates, parents, etc.).