This study examines whether exposure to a short course on implicit bias in the clinical and learning environment, and strength of implicit race and gender bias, are associated with an increase in clinical faculty awareness of bias, change in bias awareness and development of strategies to improve patient care and teaching.
Lead Researcher: Janice A. Sabin, PhD, MSW
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funder:HRSA: HWRC Health Equity
|Sabin J, Guenther G, Ornelas IJ, Patterson DG, Andrilla C, Morales L, Gurjal K, Frogner BK||Brief online implicit bias education increases bias awareness among clinical teaching faculty||PUBLICATION||12-27-2021||Article|
|Sabin J, Pereda B, Palermo AG, Boatright D, St. Cloud T||Addressing Institutionalized Racism in Academic Medicine – Anti-Racism in Medicine: A Learning-to-Action Approach?||PRESENTATION||11-09-2021|
|Sabin, J (Presenter), Frogner BK (Moderator)||Evaluating a Course on Implicit Bias in Clinical and Learning Environments: Provider Bias-awareness, Patient-centeredness, and Reflections||PRESENTATION||06-24-2021||Media|
|Sabin, J||Addressing Institutionalized Racism in Academic Medicine||PRESENTATION||11-16-2020|