Greater inclusion and diversity in health, science & research
We are driving inclusion within our organization, and throughout our communities in science, research & healthcare.
Embracing a more inclusive future
As a global leader in information & analytics, Elsevier is working to enhance diversity and inclusion in research and health across gender, race & ethnicity, and geographical dimensions.
For our communities
As a global leader in scientific publishing, research, health information, and data analytics, Elsevier aims to contribute promote and drive inclusion, diversity and equity in research and healthcare through an evidence-based approach, with a coordinated set of actions that are informed by data.
Elsevier, including The Lancet and Cell Press, is partnering with the MESSAGE (Medical Science Sex and Gender Equity)(opens in new tab/window) project, which aims to improve the integration of sex and gender considerations across data collection, analysis and reporting in biomedical, health and healthcare research in the UK.
Towards inclusivity in research and health
For our customers
We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for the people that use our platforms to do their work. That can mean helping authors factor diversity into the design, analyses and reporting of research studies, to ensuring that our healthcare and nursing platforms reflect the diversity of the people who benefit from them.
For our people
We want Elsevier to be a great place to work. We want our people to feel valued and have equal opportunities and benefit from pay equality, regardless of their gender identity, national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, age or disability status.
What matters to you at Elsevier？
Creating a more diverse workforce
Because we value cultural differences at Elsevier, we have set a course to create a more diverse workforce. Among the key ways we are doing this are:
Developing talent for gender equity program A 9-month developmental journey to increase gender balance in senior leadership roles
Unconscious bias training 80% management participation to date
One of our five dimensions of diversity building disability confidence Helping managers and all colleagues learn about disability awareness, etiquette, disclosures and accommodations
Psychological safety 271 team workshops held for 2,585 participants in 2021