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Addressing Disparities, Implicit Bias & the Isms in Clinical & Translational Research

Date: 
Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 12:00 to 14:00
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The Health Equity Seminar Series

March 28, 2019 | 12:00 pm — 2:00 pm

George Washington University 
Milken Institute School of Public Health
950 New Hampshire Ave NW, 5th floor 

Addressing Disparities, Implicit Bias & the "Isms" in
Clinical & Translational Research 

 
Robert C. Like, MD, MS 
Director, Center for Healthy Families & Cultural Diversity
Professor, Department of Family Medicine & Community Health 
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University 
 
Investigators, research staff, and graduate students who attend will:
  1. Review historical & epidemiologic findings related to racial/ethnic disparities in health & health care in the US. 
  2. Discuss how implicit bias, stereotyping, & the "isms" can impact the clinical encounter & related challenges in undertaking disparities research.
  3. Share helpful resources for engaging & partnering with communities involved in health equity research.  
  4. Examine two case studies at a group. 

Lunch provided when registered by March 25.

WebEx available for off-site attendance.
Visit www.ctsicn.org/events to learn more.
Contact ctsicn@childrensnational.org with questions.

 
 
Upcoming seminars:
 
Every researcher can be an Advocate 
 
A Moving Conversation:
Research to Address Community Health Needs
 
Community Engagement in Clinical & Translational Research