Breadcrumb Home Recommended Reading: Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine Recommended Reading: Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine Navigating Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine; 2013, edited by Lisa M. Greenhill, Kauline Cipriani Davis, Patricia M. Lowrie and Sandra F. Amass Minority Student Perceptions of the Veterinary Profession: Factors Influencing Choices of Health Careers; 2008, by Dr. Evan M. Morse (thesis) Unity Through Diversity; 2006, Final Report of the AVMA Task Force on Diversity Cultural Competence in Veterinary Practice. V.Kiefer, K. Grogan, J. Chatfield, J. Glaesemann, W. Hill, B. Hollowell, J. Johnson, D. Kratt, R. Stinson, and K. Urday. JAVMA. 2013 243:3, 326-328 A Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion: Why it is Important for Veterinarians to Embrace our Changing Communities. L Kornegay. JAVMA. May, 2011. Cultural Competence Education; Association of American Medical Colleges. 2005 The Attitudes of Minority Junior High and High School Students toward Veterinary Medicine. A. Asare. J Vet Med Educ. 2007 34(2): 47-50. Tying Art and Science to Reality for Recruiting Minorities to Veterinary Medicine. PM Lowrie. J Vet Med Educ. 2009 36(4):382-387. Diversity Competence in Medicine; Equity, Culture and Practice. R. Kuralek. Wien Klin Wochenschr. 2012 124(Suppl. 3): 3-9. Patient Centeredness, Cultural Competence and Healthcare Quality. J Natl Med Assoc. 2008 100(11): 1275-1285. Racial, Cultural, and Ethnic Diversity within US Veterinary Colleges. Greenhill, LM, PD Nelson, and RG Elmore. J Vet Med Educ. 34(2): 74-78. 2007 Reducing Disparities through Culturally Competent Health Care: An Analysis of the Business Case. Brach, C, and I. Fraser. Quality Management in Health Care. 2002 10(4): 15-28.