Explore the impact of unconscious bias and ways to mitigate its effects in your workplace.
Implicit Bias Test by Project Implicit Health (PIH) – Harvard University
At Project Implicit Health (PIH), you can measure your thoughts about mental and physical health that are difficult to consciously control. The tests require less than 15 minutes, and you will receive feedback about your performance and learn more about your automatic thoughts.Visit Resource
The Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Forum: Unconscious Bias in Academic Medicine – AAMC
This report serves as a framework for understanding the impact of unconscious bias in academic medicine.Visit Resource
MITIGATING IMPLICIT BIAS IN HEALTH CARE – The Ohio State University
The Kirwan Institute has created this website to help practitioners consider the concept of implicit bias and explore its operation in medicine with a focus on clinical education and patient care.Visit Resource
Unconscious Bias: From Awareness to Action – CatalystX Online Module
This online module teaches in-demand leadership skills necessary to manage unconscious bias in your workplace. It is free and should take 3-6 hours to complete the entire course.Visit Resource
Blair, I. V., Steiner, J. F., & Havranek, E. P. (2011). Unconscious (implicit) bias and health disparities: where do we go from here?. The Permanente journal, 15(2), 71–78.
The purpose of this guide is to provide an overview of the role that EDI committees can play, and offers guidance for developing one within your division, unit, or department.Visit Resource