Laura Morgan has complied with annual training requirements in the medical field for years, from privacy protocols and compliance regulations to ethics guidelines. But when one session asked her to acknowledge her “racial, unconscious bias,” she had to dissent.
“The whole premise is that I must look at patients through a racial instead of a clinical lens,” Morgan told The Epoch Times.
Her implicit bias training at Baylor Scott & White Health in Texas asked her to challenge a bias that she and all others who attended were assumed to have within them.
“We do not think about ourselves as being racist or ageist or biased against others,” said one of the slides in the presentation (pdf). “But what about the biases we are not aware of?”
Read more at The Epoch Times.
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