Associate Editor for Contemporary OB/GYN
The current climate around race and implicit bias has forced us to take a step back and confront its presence in our day-to-day lives.
The current climate around race and implicit bias has forced us to take a step back and observe its presence in our day-to-day lives. Now is a time that demands these conversations, even if they make you or your peers uncomfortable. Often times, that may mean they’re even more necessary.
A new article from Medical Economics explores the ways in which physicians can address implicit bias in their lives and in their practices.
From acknowledging blind spots to doing independent research and implementing it in patient care, here are some things physicians everywhere are doing to negate bias in the workplace.
The work is far from done and we must keep pushing forward. Read the full article now.