Patrolling your blind spots: introspection and public catharsis in a medical school faculty development course to reduce unconscious bias in medicine.

@article{Hannah2013PatrollingYB,
  title={Patrolling your blind spots: introspection and public catharsis in a medical school faculty development course to reduce unconscious bias in medicine.},
  author={Seth Donal Hannah and Elizabeth Carpenter-Song},
  journal={Culture, medicine and psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={314-39}
}
Cultural competence education has been criticized for excessively focusing on the culture of patients while ignoring how the culture of medical institutions and individual providers contribute to health disparities. Many educators are now focusing on the role of bias in medical encounters and searching for strategies to reduce its negative impact on… CONTINUE READING