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Contemporary & Aversive Racism: Impact on organizational life & clinical care

Contemporary & Aversive Racism: Impact on organizational life & clinical care

Our Dialogue and Debate Series - Annual Colloquium is designed to provide keynote addresses on a topic that is of broad relevance to ongoing challenges in our health professions education community. In the spirit of the series, two speakers are invited to share research/practice on the topic. Ultimately, we hope to both share evidence and inspire the community to reflect on strategic action on the topic.

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Description

We are joined for the Dialogue and Debate Series - Annual Colloquium event by Dr. Carmen Black and Dr. Audrey Murrell. Our speakers will discuss how bias and discrimination present in contemporary organizational life, as well as across the clinical care landscape. Key questions that will be explored include:

  • Why might we fail to notice bias when it surfaces in clinical care or day-to-day life?
  • Can subtle forms of discrimination have outsized impacts?
  • What is the bystander effect in the context of racism?
  • How can attention to aversive racism help address discrimination and inequity?

 Join us for a vibrant discussion. We will encourage community participation via moderated discussion and an open Q & A session.

Program Details

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Title

Contemporary & Aversive Racism: Impact on organizational life & clinical care

Event Details

  • June 16, 2022
    12:00 PM EDT - 1:30 PM EDT
    Start date: Jun 16
    Duration: 1.5 hrs
    Location: Online
    Cost:
    Offers:
    • Free
    Additional Info:
    Tags:
    CoFEES, Community

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