Date(s) - October 1, 2020
Join this webinar discussion to get a unique perspective from medical professionals with intersectional identities and active in underserved communities. The panel of physician advocates will discuss the role of stereotype threats in healthcare and how it leads to unhealthy interactions between physicians treating members of stigmatized groups. They will explore how stereotypes can negatively impact patient outcomes and lead to healthcare disparities.
How stereotyping regarding age, race, weight, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or other factors can have negative impacts on the patient’s health
Stereotype threat and why it is a public health issue
What trainings need to be implemented in medical schools and specialty training programs to address this issue
What physicians should be doing to foster an effective patient-physician relationship with patients possessing stigmatized identities in order to decrease healthcare disparities
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