What Area Leaders Are Doing to Reduce Implicit Bias in Health Care

Health care educators and leaders locally and across the country have been working on solutions to implicit bias they hope will improve the way medical professionals treat and interact with Black people and other minorities.

Institutions such as Wright State University and local hospital groups have offered anti-bias courses. Kettering Health Network, Dayton Children’s Hospital and Premier Health have training for their staff and programs to address the issue. The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association has also stepped up its efforts, said Sarah Hackenbracht, president & CEO.

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