URMC / Psychiatry / Culture / Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Culture, & Equity / Archive DICE Summer Series DICE Summer Series Archive In 2013, the Department of Psychiatry began presenting topics focused on all facets of inequity during the 8-week summer Grand Rounds sessions. This focus has continued to this day through the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Culture & Equity (DICE) in the Department of Psychiatry. This archive provides the overall theme for each year and highlights a sampling of the weekly discussion topics. View past DICE Summer Series videos on our YouTube Channel 2023 Healing the Healer: Discussions and Practices for Troubling Times Healing the Healer explores the impact of racism, violence, and erosion of rights on UR employees. View 2023 Series 2022 Using the Biopsychosocial Model to Promote Equitable Care at UR Medicine The Past, Present and Future of Biopsychosocial Equitable Care in the Department of Psychiatry. View 2022 Series 2021 Anti-Racist Clinical Care Race & Health in the US & URMC: lessons from the past and hope for the future. Culturally Competent and Anti-Racist Care and Treatment View 2021 Series 2020 Anti-Racism & Transformation: The work ahead Understanding one’s relationship to racism/anti-racism and how to develop an intentional identity as an Anti-Racist Organization. 2019 White Culture Using mind-body awareness and mindfulness to effectively engage in race-related conversations. Preparing white leadership for open discussions about race. 2018 Theatre of the Oppressed Workshops Art, observation and addressing bias in the workplace. Application of methods with a focus on medical humanities & bioethics 2017 Historical Trauma & Community Resilience: What Clinicians & Community Members Need to Know Moving beyond understanding historical trauma toward devising effective clinical interventions to mitigate the impact. 2016 The Health Impact of Everyday Actions & Interactions: What we can do to make a positive difference Micro-aggressions & how they can affect your health & mental health. Race conscious leadership and the intersection of racism, micro-aggressions and trauma. 2015 Intercultural Perspectives Enhancing Patient Care Health disparities, poverty, race, & place: a community report. Intercultural perspectives: client and staff relationships in addressing patient-centered care. 2014 The Impact of Everyday Discrimination on Health: What we can do about it Seeing patients: cultural awareness in academic medical centers and why we need It. Being the object of stigma: personal views on prejudice and mental illness. 2013 Unnatural Causes: Is inequality making us sick? How does the distribution of power, wealth and resources shape opportunities for health. Why is your street address such a strong predictor of your health.