Mitigating Implicit Bias Training
Mitigating Implicit Bias Training
UAFP, with a grant from the AAFP Center for Diversity and Health Equity, is offering this course for family medicine physicians and other primary care providers seeking to better understand the impact of unconscious bias and how to reduce negative effects of implicit/unconscious bias on patients.
“Implicit bias has been demonstrated as pervasive among health care professionals and having harmful effects on patient health. However, formal medical education and training is often void of curriculum that provides a framework for identifying and reducing implicit biases in clinical practice. Faculty that seek to incorporate the topic often face barriers, such as a limited number of subject matter experts that can provide instruction, lack of opportunities where participants can observe and demonstrate mitigation strategies in practice, and lack of opportunities to engage with patients who can share experiences of encountering implicit bias in clinical settings.”
~ AAFP Center for Diversity and Health Equity/The EveryONE Project
When: Saturday, September 18, 2021 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Where: In-person at the University of Utah Alumni House AND Virtual through Zoom
Target Audience: All healthcare professionals looking to mitigate the negative effects of implicit bias both professional and personally
Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.
TRAINING AGENDA (subject to change)
- Welcome and Introductions
- Purpose and Overview of the Course
- Creating Safe and Inclusive Learning Environments
- Science and Health Effects of Implicit Bias
- Implicit Bias and Patient Outcomes
- Mitigating Bias in Clinical Practice
- Discussion and Activities
- Case Studies
In-person Costs* (includes snacks and lunch):
UAFP Members: $75
AAFP Members: $85
Non-member physicians and APCs: $100
Students and Residents: $50
Virtual Attendance Costs:
UAFP Members: $50
AAFP Members: $60
Non-member physicians and ACPs: $75
Students & residents: $25
*In-person capacity limited to 60 people. If in-person capacity is reached, registrants will still have the option to register for virtual attendance.
Registration cancellation requests that are made on or before August 31, 2021 will be honored for the full amount paid, minus the lesser of a $25 processing charge or 20% of the total paid. A cancellation fee of 50% of the registration paid will be assessed for cancellations occurring between September 1, 2021 and September 15, 2021. Cancellations on or after September 15, 2021 and conference no-shows are not eligible for a refund. This policy covers registration and ticketed events. Please allow up to four weeks for delivery of refund. The Utah Academy of Family Physicians is not responsible for fees or charges associated with payments, including but not limited to credit card, debit card or checking fees. Requests for cancellations and refunds must be directed to Barb Muñoz via email at email@example.com phone at 801-736-0722.
If, due to public health or other unforeseen circumstances, we are unable to hold this training in-person, a partial refund will be given to those who registered to attend in-person and all attendees will attend the training online.
The Utah Academy of Family Physicians will make every effort to accommodate attendance by registrants in spite of any extenuating circumstances. Please be aware, that by registering for this conference, you understand this disclaimer and agree to its stipulations.