HR023 - Addressing Individual and Systemic Issues

$39.00
SKU
012-HR023

In this course, learners will need to look not only at the systemic issues of racism in the health care industry, but also their own biases, prejudices, and influence on patients’ care. Becoming knowledgeable and more comfortable with often uncomfortable truths, acknowledging differences, and understanding the issues that both health care workers and patients face are steps in breaking down historical barriers and broadening one’s perspectives.

In this course, learners will need to look not only at the systemic issues of racism in the health care industry, but also their own biases, prejudices, and influence on patients’ care. Becoming knowledgeable and more comfortable with often uncomfortable truths, acknowledging differences, and understanding the issues that both health care workers and patients face are steps in breaking down historical barriers and broadening one’s perspectives.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  1. Distinguish between bias and prejudice.
  2. Define white privilege.
  3. Discuss the historical significance of racism within health care and how it affects persons of color receiving care today.
  4. Recognize who has access to care.
  5. Explain the rights of immigrants and those whose first language is not English in the context of health care.
  6. Identify ways to implement cultural competency within your workplace.
  7. Recognize and appropriately respond to instances of microaggressions.

Author: Chelsie Luhring

Continuing education credit: This course offers no CEUs.

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