|Friday, November 12, 2021|
Implicit Bias: Awareness, Accountability, and Action (November 12 session)
Location: Live Webinar, Presented at your Facility
There is no fee for this event.
Target Audience: Healthcare executives, physicians, nurses, social workers, quality professionals, risk managers, and all healthcare professionals working with women and families to decrease disparities in maternal and infant health outcomes.
Description: Implicit bias refers to the unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can affect our understanding, actions, and decisions. From an Awareness standpoint, healthcare clinicians need to be fully aware of the complexities and impact of implicit bias on patient experience and engagement. Looking at Accountability, healthcare clinicians need to acknowledge, challenge, and manage their biases. From an Action perspective, healthcare clinicians need tools, skills, and strategies for comfort, confidence, and competence to connect, communicate, and effectively collaborate cross-culturally.
To register online, click here: https://www.school-network.net/Courses/Register/21704.
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