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IMSH Delivers Sessions
Explore, Expose, and Promote Equitable Care Through Patient Simulation (Laerdal Medical)
Start time: Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 10:00 AM End time: Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 11:00 AM Session Type: Learning Labs
In this one-hour session which will include live Q&A with the speaker, you will have a chance to explore the topic of implicit bias and its antidote, cultural humility. Implicit bias has a negative influence on diagnosis, medication management, and even the wholistic care of a patient. Cultural humility is a key to addressing implicit bias. But developing the skialls necessary to practice cultural humility are not easy. Policies and procedure and classroom lectures have done little to prepare practitioners to address what has become a major problem in America—inequitable care to black, ethnic, and other underserved populations. Simulation solves the problem by giving students and learners context, context that will enable them to perform better critical thinking and maintain better situational awareness in the future to provide equitable care.
The intent of this session is to give you enough knowledge about implicit bias to create simulations that will allow your students or learners to uncover implicit bias. You will see how simulation can show students and learners the effects that implicit bias can have on patient care. And, you will see how you can use simulation to help students and learners incorporate cultural humility in their actions to provide better patient care in the future.
Speakers:"Desiree A. Diaz, PhD, RN-BC, CNE, CHSE-A, ANEF, FAAN
Department of Nursing Practice
College of Nursing
Academic Health Sciences Center
University of Central Florida"