The workshop will introduce participants to the concept of privilege and how it may affect one’s interactions with clients/colleagues. It also seeks to identify and build skills related to diversity, equity, inclusion, acceptance, and belonging in the workplace. Ultimately, this workshop will encourage participants to lead organizations and care for their clients using a health equity lens. To facilitate optimal participant engagement, this interactive workshop will stimulate discussion and will NOT be a lecture! Healthcare/allied health professionals, educators, and advocates are encouraged to attend this workshop!
Explore strategies to effectively communicate about DEIA
Identify microaggressions in the workplace and beyond
Define the concept of privilege and its impact on daily life
Moderator & Speaker(s):
Teaching Associate Professor,
The George Washington University, Milken Institute School of Public Health
Tamara Henry, EdD:
No financial relationships to disclose
All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.
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AM23-TU-11-O: Leadership and Personal Development: Tools to Unlearn Unconscious Bias (workshop) (Enduring) Evaluation