Reporting ADEI Concerns

What if you have a concern related to anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion?

The University of Pennsylvania and the Perelman School of Medicine have numerous policies and resources regarding ADEI. We have compiled those resources below but note they may periodically be amended and URLs/contacts may change. We will update this document periodically. Within the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, the ADEI Co-Chairs, Holly Fernandez Lynch ( and Tangee Streeter ( can help you navigate these resources should an ADEI concern arise.

MEHP ADEI Scope of Work

MEHP’s ADEI co-chairs are responsible for responding to ADEI issues related to personal identity, including race, ethnicity, national origin, language, religion, gender, gender identity, age, disability, physical appearance, sexual orientation, marital status, parenting status, socioeconomic status, veteran status, and political orientation. Broader professional issues not directly connected to personal identity are handled by others in the department, at PSOM, and the University.

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