The Dept. of Psychiatry's Center for Diversity focuses on intercultural education, mental health disparities research, and collaborations throughout the hospital and community.
The Center for Diversity grew out of a committee, convened in 1998 by Chief of Psychiatry, Dr. Ned Cassem, in response to then MGH President, Dr. James Mongan’s hospital wide initiative to identify problems and develop a diversity plan for the Department of Psychiatry. Over the years, the Committee has been fortunate to have the participation of dedicated departmental staff and trainees, enabling its expanded scope as a Center.
This website provides important information about diversity initiatives within our Department, as well as our collaborations across the Hospital and Harvard Medical School. For more information, please contact Ginette Sims at the center at firstname.lastname@example.org
Massachusetts General Hospital provides a welcoming and supportive environment for employees of all ethnic backgrounds, cultures, ages, lifestyles and physical abilities.
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