Evaluating a Course on Implicit Bias in Clinical and Learning Environments: Provider Bias-awareness, Patient-centeredness, and Reflections

Implicit race bias has been associated with poor patient/provider communication, less trust and confidence in the provider, and poor patient-centered communication, particularly with Black patients. This webinar explores an online course on implicit bias for academic teaching faculty and others developed by the University of Washington. Presenters discuss providers’ pre- and post-course bias awareness, pre-…

Brief Online Implicit Bias Education Increases Bias Awareness Among Clinical Teaching Faculty

Implicit bias of healthcare providers often influences patient care. Bias awareness is a key element included in implicit bias education and can help motivate behavior change. This article discusses a study that evaluated whether exposure to a brief online course on implicit bias increased bias awareness for health providers.ArrayArticle Arrayhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10872981.2021.2025307February 9, 2022Array, Array, Array, Array,…

Using Experiential Education in Health Professions Training to Improve Health Equity: Lessons Learned From Interviews With Key Informants

Health researchers view social determinants of health as one of the underlying causes of health inequities in the United States. There has been an increasing demand for health professionals to become more educated about the role of social determinants of health—one strategy that addresses this is experiential education programs as part of health professions training….

Inequitable Care Delivery Toward COVID-19 Positive People of Color and People With Disabilities

It is well known that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) as well as people with disabilities experience discrimination and bias in the health care services they receive. Few studies have examined such inequities in healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, where pandemic-related restrictions and policies compounded existing inequitable care for these populations. This article…

Inequitable Care Delivery Toward COVID-19 Positive People of Color and People With Disabilities

It is well known that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) as well as people with disabilities experience discrimination and bias in the health care services they receive. Few studies have examined such inequities in healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, where pandemic-related restrictions and policies compounded existing inequitable care for these populations. This article…

Using Experiential Education in Health Professions Training to Improve Health Equity: Lessons Learned From Interviews With Key Informants

Health researchers view social determinants of health as one of the underlying causes of health inequities in the United States. There has been an increasing demand for health professionals to become more educated about the role of social determinants of health—one strategy that addresses this is experiential education programs as part of health professions training….

Evaluating a Course on Implicit Bias in Clinical and Learning Environments: Provider Bias-awareness, Patient-centeredness, and Reflections

Implicit race bias has been associated with poor patient/provider communication, less trust and confidence in the provider, and poor patient-centered communication, particularly with Black patients. This webinar explores an online course on implicit bias for academic teaching faculty and others developed by the University of Washington. Presenters discuss providers’ pre- and post-course bias awareness, pre-…

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