Delivering inclusive healthcare is an ongoing journey.

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Connecting clinicians to engaging education.

Your team wants to deliver culturally competent care—but accessing the right education can be challenging. By curating the best clinical education within our platform, we’re making it easy for your team to find the right training to learn about, and meaningfully work with, the many communities you serve.

Finding the right education for your clinical team is a big task—we’re here to take it off your plate.

Common pain point #1

There’s no standard definition of cultural competence (or how to train on it).

Through our research, we’ve created a clinical framework that views cultural competence as an umbrella with standard pillars of competence: cultural encounters, cultural awareness, etc. Each pillar is important for delivering effective and inclusive care, and high-quality training in all pillars of cultural competence—beyond just knowledge and skill—is crucial for providing the best care.

Common pain point #2

There isn't a centralized place to access quality education on being culturally competent.

Violet has compiled an extensive training database of 400+ cultural competence courses covering multiple communities. Our curated education is organized across several axes, (e.g. format, pillar of cultural competence, intended audience). Violet offers both free and paid courses by nationally recognized educators and qualifies for continuing education credits.

Common pain point #3

Most cultural competence training is introductory, or focuses exclusively on cultural knowledge and skill.

Violet’s education offerings span across different pillars of cultural competence, both within communities and across communities. Many of the courses we highlight focus on clinical issues for specific populations and how identities and lived experience affect clinical care.

Common pain point #1

Everyone has their own definition of cultural competence and how to train on it.

We’ve created a clinical and research-backed cultural competence framework that views cultural competence as an umbrella with standard pillars of competence (e.g. cultural encounters, cultural awareness, etc.). Each of these pillars is important for delivering effective and inclusive care. Delivering quality education and training in all of the pillars of cultural competence, beyond just knowledge and skill, is crucial for providing the best care.

Common pain point #2

There isn't a centralized place to access quality education on being culturally competent.

Violet has compiled an extensive, 400+ training database of cultural competence trainings available across various communities. We are assessing and clustering trainings on several axes (e.g. format, pillar of cultural competence, intended audience) and only surfacing quality education to care providers. Our curated education offers both free and paid trainings by nationally recognized educators and earns continuing education credits.

Common pain point #3

Many cultural competence trainings focus exclusively on cultural knowledge and skill or are introductory trainings.

Violet’s education offerings span across different pillars of cultural competence, both within communities and across communities. Many of the trainings we highlight focus on clinical issues for specific populations and how identities and lived experience affect clinical care.