• Summarize the research which explores students’ concerns about their academic learning experiences when they are working across socio-cultural differences
  • Discuss insights and approaches to difficult but common areas of discomfiture encountered in the clinical teaching setting
  • Describe techniques for engaging students in experiential learning with respect and cultural sensitivity
  • Explore the challenges of maintaining a balance between student and client rights and needs which can be challenging
  • List strategies for equitable treatment of students and clients who belong to different groups; including difference in race, ethnicity, immigration status, sexual orientation, religion, body size and appearance, ability, age, socioeconomic class, religious faith, and gender.



This course has been approved by MEAC for 1.5 hours of continuing education. The MEAC approval number for this course is M1920-84-0320DE through 3/11/2022.

This course was previously MEAC approved under number M1718-37-01117DE.

  • Karline Wilson-Mitchell

    Instructor Bio:

    Dr. Karline Wilson-Mitchell DNP, MSN, CNM, RN, RM has practiced midwifery in the US and Canada since 1992, at clinics, birth centres and hospitals in Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Northern Quebec [Puvirnituq], and Ontario. She has taught in the MEP at Ryerson University since 2008, and is a member of the ACNM Midwives of Color Committee. Karline’s advocacy for vulnerable families propelled her into global health and health policy research. She has worked with Tanzanian and Zambian midwives and participated in volunteer work in Jamaica, Tanzania and Burundi. She has published articles on strategies for infusing diversity, equity and inclusion into clinical learning as well as employing an intellectual partnership model for teaching. Under the auspices of CAM Global, Karline has worked with the South Sudanese midwives to develop a tutor’s manual to deliver their newly developed three-year midwifery diploma curriculum among students who have experienced the aftermath of civil unrest and war. She is currently developing content for a curriculum based upon antiracist activism and trauma informed pedagogy.

    Karline Wilson-Mitchell

    DNP, MSN, CNM, RM, RN

Course curriculum

  • 01
    Webinar Replay: Infusing Equity & Diversity into Clinical Teaching
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    • Infusing Equity and Diversity into Clinical Teaching
  • 02
    Post-Tests and CE Certificates
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    • MEAC Evaluation Questions
    • MEAC Post-test
    • MEAC CE Certificate

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Reviews

  • By Jenna Keehnen

    “Wonderful course; I would have LOVED to have more time for discussion at the end. I know time constraints prevented it but I look forward to continuing these important discussions. [We invite you to share your thoughts and/or questions in the onl...”

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    “Wonderful course; I would have LOVED to have more time for discussion at the end. I know time constraints prevented it but I look forward to continuing these important discussions. [We invite you to share your thoughts and/or questions in the online discussion area in the online course! -- HiveCE]”

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