Violet’s CE/CME-earning curriculum improves cultural responsiveness across the continuum of care. By focusing on empathy-building and actionable behaviors, we’re creating a better experience for diverse patients in real time.
Leading organizations upskill with Violet.
Violet’s CE/CME-earning curriculum ranges from foundational collections to more in-depth clinical topics, making our education appropriate for every member of your organization. Our microlearning format incorporates engaging multimedia so providers can receive high impact education with a low time commitment.
Providing inclusive care requires more than just lived experience. Our cultural competence assessment gets to know your team, uncovers knowledge gaps and enables personalized learning.
Overcome obstacles like patient retention, staffing, and more. Violet's cultural competence training helps everyone on your team provide inclusive care, regardless of their background or experience.
Cultural competence can’t be confined to a one-off workshop—it’s a continuous journey. Our courses equip providers with confidence as well as the tools they need to deliver inclusive care through all stages of their career.
Violet offers continuing education credits and downloadable certificates accepted by various national boards, such as AMA, AAPA, ACPE, APA, ASWB, and more.
Violet offers CE/CME credit to health care professionals represented by the below organizations.
With Violet’s comprehensive training, you can empower your care delivery team with the essential knowledge and skills to drive continuous improvement in specific quality measures, and enhance patient safety through targeted, evidence-based educational pathways.
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Violet Benchmarks allow us to meet providers where they are, ensuring a personalized journey toward cultural competence.
We’ve partnered with experts across the industry to develop a curriculum that includes real patient stories, actionable guides, quizzes, guided prompts for self-reflection, and more.
Our curriculum accounts for the nuanced experiences of individuals within BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. Because applying broad cultural competence principles to all patients is insufficient, our educators provide culturally sensitive context to each learning.
Courses can be completed in 15 minutes or less, allowing providers to learn at their own pace.
Using multiple avenues to deepen empathy and foster self-reflection, our courses encourage trust between providers and patients.
Our detailed insights offer both a holistic view of your organization’s cultural competence metrics as well as more granular provider-level data, making it easy to track progress.
75% increased confidence in working with diverse patients.
Brightline increased their capacity to provide culturally competent care.
Brightline increased their ability to provide TGNC-inclusive care by 4.8x.
We’re bringing identity-centered care to partners like Northwell, NOCD, Parsley Health, Headway, and more. See how we’ve increased inclusivity with Brightline.
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"When I have a patient that seems noncompliant, I am more able to reframe my thinking regarding the situation. I can consider that social determinants and trauma history, among other things, may need to be taken into account. I can open the door for discussions and help the patient navigate the barriers they face."
Nurse Practitioner, Galileo
"Honestly, after plugging in my experiences and education I thought I was more proficient than I actually was. I have done numerous trainings on cultural competence but this made me realize how much more I have to learn."
"Although I do not identify as part of the BIPOC or TGNC communities, my own experiences share some parallels and this has made the courses even more engaging."
"In the past, if a patient became agitated, or aggressive I would be quick to move to judgment. Now, with a much deeper understanding of trauma, I start thinking – “has something happened to them that I can be understanding and supportive of. Can I create an environment of safety in our interaction?"
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