Diversity Health Series
The Diversity Health Series is a quarterly lecture series, developed for medical students, residents and physicians. The Diversity Health Series was created to provide opportunities for the development of cultural competency in a medical setting. Topics include rural healthcare, disability, unconscious bias and Safe Zone training. Each lecture is worth 1.0 CME.
Effectively Managing Mistreatment and Microaggressions Toward Healthcare Professionals
In this presentation we will review at the effects of microaggressions and mistreatment of healthcare professionals by patients. Using re- enacted video scenarios of health professionals experiencing mistreatment, we will debrief with participants various approaches to dealing with mistreatment events and co-construct action plans for dealing with these events should they occur in our workplaces and educational environments. In small groups we will discuss with trainees and faculty how we can work together to make these effective learning opportunities and empower trainees so they can effectively manage and cope with these situations.
Speaker: Lars Osterberg, M.D., MPH; Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population and Co-Director, Stanford Medicine Teaching and Mentoring Academy; Stanford University School of Medicine
Date and Time: 9.26.2023 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Approved for 1 AMA and Ethics CME credits
For questions, please contact Jennifer Dougherty, Ed.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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COVID-19 Disparities and Northern Nevada’s Response
This panel will share data on current coronavirus disparities in Northern Nevada, explore how systemic racism and social determinants of health have created and amplified these disparities, and discuss how the health care community in Northern Nevada is responding to the disparities in the COVID-19 pandemic.