The "inclUSIve" project aims to promote a culture of inclusive learning and teaching at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI). The project is particularly relevant to the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences, which faces unique challenges due to the nature of the Master's degree curriculum in Medicine, which involves both classroom and patient bedside training. The project aims to create a group of around ten people, including students, faculty members, representatives of the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences, an expert in inclusive pedagogy, and patients. The group will develop and validate scenarios that illustrate various aspects of inclusive learning and teaching in the classroom and at the bedside. These scenarios will be integrated into an online training module on the iCorsi platform, which will enable participants to gain an initial understanding of the topic and acquire knowledge. Participants will be asked to complete a survey to gauge their level of knowledge about inclusive teaching, their opinions on what makes a functional and enjoyable learning environment, and their attitudes towards inclusivity. The project aims to promote a culture of inclusivity among both students and clinical tutors, thereby ensuring that everyone is recognized as unique and invaluable. Ultimately, the goal is to create an environment that is conducive to learning and promotes a professional attitude that extends beyond the classroom and into the workplace.