Implicit Bias Training: Increasing Understanding towards Reducing Barriers and Disparities in Access to and Delivery of Physical and Mental Health Care Services
Physical and Mental health professionals cannot ignore the impact that various forms of bias play into the barriers to and disparities experience in the delivery of care. For instance, the concerns of women who present for treatment are more often ignored than those of men who present for treatment. And, the concerns of Black women, in particular, are ignored at their peril. This course explains the role of implicit and explicit bias in defining the systems that provide physical and mental health care in America. This course also includes strategies for individual professionals, and profession...Read moreals in collaboration, to use in order to reduce disparities in access to and delivery of physical and mental health care services. This course meets the “Implicit Bias Training” requirements outlined under Michigan State Public Health Code. Less...
- Identify central terms related to implicit and explicit bias.
- Discuss the impact of implicit and explicit bias on the development of systems that provide physical and mental health care.
- Apply a framework to assess the impact of implicit bias in their professional practice.
- Demonstrate ways to address implicit bias in their workplaces.
This course meets the “Implicit Bias Training” requirements outlined under Michigan State Public Health Code.
Friday, March 24, 2023
11:00 AM EDT - 02:15 PM EDTRegister for this Webinar
About the speaker
Kathryn S. Krase, PhD, JD, MSW
11:00am - 11:10am Introductions, Pretest
11:10am - 12:10pm Defining Implicit and Explicit Bias and related terms
12:10pm - 12:30pm Exploring the impact of implicit and explicit bias on the development of systems of care
12:30pm - 12:45pm Break
12:45pm 1:10pm Exploring the impact of implicit and explicit bias on the development of systems of care continued
1:10pm - 1:35pm Assessing the impact of implicit bias on professional practice
1:35pm - 2:00pm Addressing implicit bias in the workplace
2:00pm - 2:15pm Summary & Questions, Post test
CE Information - Earn 3 CE Credit Hours
American Psychological Association
Association of Social Work Boards
National Board for Certified Counselors
New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work
New York Education Department Board of Creative Arts Therapy
New York Education Department for Licensed Mental Health Counselors
New York Education Department Board for Licensed Psychoanalysts
New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology
New York State Education Department's State Board for Marriage and Family Therapy
New York State Education Department's State Board for Physical Therapy
Florida Board of Nursing
Michigan Board of Physical Therapy
Michigan Board of Nursing
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