Concrete ways to address bias in your everyday practice

Implicit and unconscious bias contributes to health disparities

Learn how bias creeps into everyday language and ordinary policies

Based on decades of world-class research on bias, in a convenient format

  • nearly 90 minute audiobook

    Learn on the go, at your convenience

  • 40 page eBook

    Follow along with audio, or read at your own pace. With hyperlinks to resources.

  • Power Point Presentation

    Useful for groups or classes

  • References and Resources list

    Go deeper on what's most relevant to bias in your context

  • Research-based tools and support

    World-class research in easy-to-access formats

  • Applicable across social and cultural groups

    Individual- and systems-level thinking

Concrete steps you can take, starting now

Because bias can hide in plain sight

Research-based resources provide a stable grounding for this important work. 

Addressing Implicit Bias Audiobook Bundle

This bundle of audiobook, eBook, and supplementary materials will help you address unconscious or implicit bias in your language. No matter your specialization or patient population. You get practical, culturally and linguistically relevant advice and research-based tools, in an unfussy, conversational format.

$19.00

 

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  • “The evidence that physician behavior and decision making may contribute to racial inequalities in health care is difficult to reconcile with the fact that most physicians are genuinely motivated to provide good care to all their patients.”
    Dr. Michelle van Ryn, PhD, MPH and Dr. Somnath Saha, MD, MPH
Addressing Implicit Bias Audiobook Bundle
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Research-based, tested approaches

Appropriate for individual or group use

Specific actions and workable suggestions

Research that takes a clear-headed look at bias

Everyone has bias. Implicit bias has been shown to contribute to health disparities.

There are subtle ways our everyday language can unintentionally disadvantage certain social or cultural groups.

Ordinary institutional policies and practices can unwittingly reflect bias.

Based in decades of research on bias in language and policy, these materials share a commitment to health equity.

These materials are based on educational principles that reach all learners and are culturally and linguistically appropriate

 

The materials here will help you look at what you are already saying, in ways that will show you what you can do differently to be more effective.

No matter your specialization. No matter who you’re serving. 

Help your words reflect your commitment to equity.

This is not about adding one more thing to your already crowded day. It’s about improving what are you already saying and doing, with world-class research.

  • “Another manifestation of unconscious racism is akin to the slip of the tongue. One might call it a slip of the mind. While one says what one intends, one fails to grasp the racist implications of one’s benignly motivated words or behavior.”
    Charles R. Lawrence III "The id, the ego, and equal protection: reckoning with unconscious racism"

Addressing Implicit Bias Audiobook Bundle

This bundle of audiobook, eBook, and supplementary materials will help you address unconscious or implicit bias in your language. No matter your specialization or patient population. You get practical, culturally and linguistically relevant advice and research-based tools, in an unfussy, conversational format.

$19.00

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