Thriving In Diverse Worlds: Physician Version

Our evidence-based online Foundations Training for Physicians focuses on helping physicians learn about the linkage between unconscious bias, stereotype threat, racial, gender and other inequalities, and patient care. The intervention content and processes are rooted in a large body of evidence regarding several key practices that have been shown to have the greatest potential to reduce bias in interracial encounters. Two 15-minute interactive training sessions can be completed at a time convenient to the physician.

Levels of learning – what do you get from a keynote? A workshop?

Developing your employee training strategy: What level of learning are you hoping for? Keynotes, grand rounds and any lecture and discussion will usually allow participants (who are engaged and paying attention) to reach Level I learning objectives.   Level I Learning Objectives Increased awareness. A basic understanding of core facts, concepts, issues, approaches and strategies and their…

Overlapping objectives with evidence‐driven interventions (targeting individuals) addressing cultural competence/flexibility AND Implicit Biases

There is a great deal of overlap between appropriate training for cultural competence/flexibility and training on implicit (automatic, often unconscious) biases.  A key aspect of cultural competence/flexibility is awareness of the way our cultural beliefs systems shape automatic expectations and attitudes (and biases). A major barrier to cross-cultural relationships is our automatic, conscious and unconscious reactions…