Clinicians Guide to Recognizing and Responding to Anti-Black Sentiment in the Clinical SettingTake the Course Today with our Pay What You Want Option
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Do you believe members of the healthcare community should be doing more to address problems with race in the clinical setting, especially as it pertains to black patients?
Do you also believe your formal training thus far has not been adequate in preparing you confidently to discuss this topic in a meaningful way with your black patients?
As a healthcare professional, are you ready to make a commitment to address racial concerns within the workplace?
If you answered yes to any of these three questions, I invite you to take my new online course Recognizing and Responding to Anti-Black Sentiment in the Clinical Setting.
Learn to confidently express your cultural competence with patients to improve engagement, adherence, and lessen distrust.
This activity is intended for physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses and nurse practitioners, psychologist, counselors and social workers engaged in the care of patients with any disease or condition in the clinical setting including but not limited to primary care, hospital, managed care organizations, ambulatory care, and mental health facilities.
We designed this course to provide a framework for addressing racism within the clinical setting whether from patients, coworkers, supervisors, or ourselves.
By enrolling in this course, you will be able to identify errors in thinking that place us at risks for bias.
You will also become efficient at identifying those at highest risk for racial harm and trauma.
You will learn to address animosity and hostility while potentially decreasing risk of litigation, improving morale, and fostering a culture of support and reconciliation.
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Program Agenda Topics of
Clinicians Guide to Recognizing & Responding to Anti-Black Sentiment in the Clinical Setting
Release Date: Nov 8, 2021
- Measuring discrimination as a determinant of public health
- Identifying the 4 stages of anti-black sentiment + Vignette
- Stereotyped threat and unconscious determinants of healthcare decisions
- Identifying potential victims of anti-black sentiment and developing language skills to address appropriately + Vignette
- Identify the most important components for healthcare organizations to implement to address workplace discrimination policies + Vignette
Be a part of the generation that says enough is enough.
Enroll today, impact the world of tomorrow.
Earn CME/CE credits while equipping yourself in recognizing and addressing potential conscious and unconscious communication barriers with black patients.
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