Frank Snope Annual Lecture: Implicit Bias
Recorded April 17, 2021
Implicit biases involve associations outside conscious awareness that lead to a negative evaluation of a person on the basis of irrelevant characteristics such as race or gender. Implicit bias or unconscious bias often stems from stereotypes that arise from our backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences. What’s important to know about implicit biases is that once you aware it, these biases can be successfully addressed. In this two-part course we will look closely at implicit bias and how it impacts our decisions and our patients.
- Understand privilege and how it exists in medicine
- Address Institutional Racism in Healthcare and its effect on Health Equity
- Discuss Implicit and Explicit Bias
- Consider Strategies to manage Implicit Bias
- Identify next steps to expand your own understanding of health inequities and develop a plan for action and change in your practice.
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