Nursing: Implicit Bias Education and Training in Healthcare
15.00
Webinar
Elective
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About this Webinar Course

This webinar course has been previously recorded.

Implicit bias is a learned automatic stereotype that can be unintentional. It can be deeply ingrained, seemingly associative and has the potential to influence behavior. Every healthcare professional, regardless of what, where and how they practice cares for people from various backgrounds. This course will present evidence-based implicit bias training for healthcare professionals as well and medical and birthing centers. This course fulfills state mandates for implicit bias compliance education and training.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this webinar course, the learner will be able to:
  • Identify the concept of implicit bias. 
  • Select examples of the type of implicit bias. 
  • Recognize the effect of implicit bias on real live patients. 
  • Locate ways to increase self-awareness by reflecting on case study. 
  • Recognize conscious evidence-based mitigation strategies to overcome implicit bias

About the Presenter
Benjamin D. Reese, Jr, PsyD

Benjamin D. Reese, Jr. is a clinical psychologist with over 50 years of work on issues of race, diversity and implicit bias. He was formerly the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Chief Diversity Officer for Duke University and the Duke University Health System. He is currently the President and CEO of BenReese, LLC, a global diversity, inclusion and antiracism company working with organizations in the U.S. and around the world.

About the Content Reviewer
Lisa Simani, APRN, MS ACNP

Lisa Simani, APRN, MS ACNP has 20 years of publishing experience and has been a lead author in peer-reviewed articles for print and for web-based nursing continuing education provider companies. In her position as nurse planner for Elite, she works with the advisory board and subject matter experts to develop evidence-based, best practices in continuing education for nurses and other healthcare professionals. Lisa’s clinical experience as an acute care nurse practitioner (NP) has been primarily in cardiothoracic surgery. Most recently, she has been volunteering as a NP with the Pediatric Orthopedic Project, a surgical mission group that provides free surgeries to children in the third world. Lisa earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin and her master’s in nursing from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan with NP certifications in adult and critical care.

Course ID: 62136
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Implicit Bias Education and Training in Healthcare

15.00
About this Webinar Course

This webinar course has been previously recorded.

Implicit bias is a learned automatic stereotype that can be unintentional. It can be deeply ingrained, seemingly associative and has the potential to influence behavior. Every healthcare professional, regardless of what, where and how they practice cares for people from various backgrounds. This course will present evidence-based implicit bias training for healthcare professionals as well and medical and birthing centers. This course fulfills state mandates for implicit bias compliance education and training.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this webinar course, the learner will be able to:
  • Identify the concept of implicit bias. 
  • Select examples of the type of implicit bias. 
  • Recognize the effect of implicit bias on real live patients. 
  • Locate ways to increase self-awareness by reflecting on case study. 
  • Recognize conscious evidence-based mitigation strategies to overcome implicit bias

About the Presenter
Benjamin D. Reese, Jr, PsyD

Benjamin D. Reese, Jr. is a clinical psychologist with over 50 years of work on issues of race, diversity and implicit bias. He was formerly the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Chief Diversity Officer for Duke University and the Duke University Health System. He is currently the President and CEO of BenReese, LLC, a global diversity, inclusion and antiracism company working with organizations in the U.S. and around the world.

About the Content Reviewer
Lisa Simani, APRN, MS ACNP

Lisa Simani, APRN, MS ACNP has 20 years of publishing experience and has been a lead author in peer-reviewed articles for print and for web-based nursing continuing education provider companies. In her position as nurse planner for Elite, she works with the advisory board and subject matter experts to develop evidence-based, best practices in continuing education for nurses and other healthcare professionals. Lisa’s clinical experience as an acute care nurse practitioner (NP) has been primarily in cardiothoracic surgery. Most recently, she has been volunteering as a NP with the Pediatric Orthopedic Project, a surgical mission group that provides free surgeries to children in the third world. Lisa earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin and her master’s in nursing from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan with NP certifications in adult and critical care.

Course ID: 62136