Hundreds of studies have shown the serious negative impact of simply being aware, consciously or even unconsciously, that there is a stereotype about a group we belong to that might be affecting the way others see us. This is called identity threat or, more commonly, stereotype threat.
Stereotype threat is an often overlooked way that negative stereotypes can impact you, your co-workers/ colleagues, and your patients. Hundreds of studies have shown that stereotype threat is prevalent, can affect anyone, and has surprisingly powerful negative effects.
This learning experience provides practical evidence-based strategies to prevent stereotype threat from affecting you, your colleagues, and your patients.
Best practices for working with medical interpreters
Working with medical interpreters is a vitally important part of caring for patients with limited English proficiency. However, being unable to speak directly to patients can be stressful and poses unique challenges. Whether you are experienced at working with Medical Interpreters or brand new, this brief e-Learning experience will help support your practice by describing best practices and tips and tricks for working with Medical Interpreters.
This course includes both a 20 minute eLearning experience that provides crucial information in an engaging manner, provides a real patient story to illustrate the importance of folloing best practices, and includes a Digital resource on Clinicians' Obligations to Use Qualified Medical Interpreters When Caring for Patients with Limited English Proficiency from the AMA Journal of Ethics.
This learning experience is for all learners and focuses on stereotype threat, sometimes called Social Identity Threat.
Identity (stereotype) threat is an often overlooked way that societal stereotypes can impact you, your co-workers/ colleagues, and the people you serve. Hundreds of studies have shown that stereotype threat is prevalent, can affect anyone, and has surprisingly powerful negative effects. Learning about, and knowing how to prevent, stereotype threat is an essential skill for creating inclusive teams and organizations.
This learning experience empowers you with practical evidence-based strategies to protect yourself and others from the undermining impact of stereotype and identity threat.
Our Board Training Programs consist of two parts
1. Anti-Bias eLearning / Self Study
2. Facilitated Workshop(s)
Use your access code to view the eLearning course and Self-Study materials at no cost to you.
This training program is intended to empower you with the foundational knowledge, insights, and skills you need to create and maintain a fully inclusive, psychologically safe, and just Board climate and culture.
If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Training Operations, Eri Matsumoto, at [email protected] or the Client Solutions Specialist, Jarael Madyun, at [email protected]
Our All-Staff Blended Learning Programs consist of three parts:
1. Anti-Bias eLearning
2. Directed Self-Study
3. Facilitated Workshops
This training program is intended to empower you with the foundational knowledge, insights, and skills you need to create and maintain a fully inclusive, psychologically safe, and just organizational culture for you, your coworkers, and the people you serve.
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