The time to remedy the failures of public health, our healthcare system, the research enterprise, and health policy-making is long overdue.
Research shows implicit bias impacts providers’ interactions with patients and has negative effects on the health of people of color. Centering the lived experiences of Black, Indigenous, Latino/a/x and other people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQ+ people is necessary as we course correct toward building and repairing relationships, fostering trust, and being trustworthy.
This follow-up conversation to last week's episode explores the multifaceted approaches needed to remedy, and actions from small to big, individual to institutional, you can take to help shape a practical path forward towards transforming the healthcare system into one that earns and deserves our trust and provides high-quality, culturally literate, empathetic care to all. With lessons applicable to any leader in any industry, you won't want to miss this panel discussion.
Originally recorded live on Monday, December 7, 2020. This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation on Understanding and Addressing Medical Mistrust hosted by Spotlight Trust. This conversation contains a few swear words, FYI.
Part 1 of this conversation explored the historical and current origins of medical mistrust and aired as episode 19 of In Trust.
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