Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Siteman

Siteman Cancer Center aspires to provide the highest quality cancer care, research, and prevention. We acknowledge that we live in a diverse community that experiences racial, ethnic, geographic and other disparities. We know that research and care provided by individuals of varied backgrounds, experiences and areas of expertise, working in an inclusive community contributes to excellence. Therefore, we work collaboratively within and outside of WUSM to improve diversity, equity and inclusion practices and assist in achieving cancer equity through our care, research and prevention.

To achieve our commitment, Siteman will:

  1. Recruit, hire, and retain diverse clinicians, researchers, trainees, and staff; enhancing participation and leadership of women, individuals   of color, and from groups nationally under-represented in the research   workforce, center leadership, and advisory boards.
  2. Develop an environment where everyone is and feels welcomed and valued.
  3. Implement policies and practices that support inclusion and advancement of potential trainees and employees, regardless of identity, with priority given to equity in pay, service, and opportunities for leadership.
  4. Be an institution that is accessible to everyone who seeks care, learns, conducts research, and works on our campus, providing reasonable accommodations to those seeking that assistance.
  5. Encourage and give full consideration to all applications for training and employment regardless of race, color, ethnicity, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, ability, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran status, socio-economic status, genetic information.
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Cancer Disparities and Resources

At Siteman Cancer Center, we are working to reduce cancer disparities through the Program for the Elimination of Cancer Disparities (PECaD) and Community Outreach and Education.

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Diversity and Inclusion Advisors

Our diversity and inclusion advisors are guiding Siteman on how to incorporate DEI initiatives into all aspects of our clinical and research endeavors.

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Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are important to patients because they offer the opportunity to take advantage of all kinds of new therapies, including new drugs or new ways to use existing drugs, new radiation therapy, new kinds of surgery and new ways to combine different cancer treatments.

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Education Programs

Siteman Cancer Center offers opportunities appropriate for investigators at all stages.

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