Microaggressions in Healthcare
Recognize and address microaggressions that occur in healthcare settings, fostering a more respectful environment.
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ierce C. M. (1970). Black psychiatry one year after Miami. Journal of the National Medical Association, 62(6), 471–473. Journal article published by Harvard University psychiatrist Chester M. Pierce in 1970, whereby the term microaggression was first coined.Visit Resource
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Miller, S. M., Maul, T. M., & Wei, J. L. (2023). Physician experiences of workplace racial and gender microaggressions. International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology, 168, 111516. Advance online publication.Visit Resource