How Did We Get Here?: A Discussion on Medical Mistrust, Discrimination, and Healthcare Provision in Black and Latinx Communities Course # 40149

Instructor:

Breanne McGhee OD, MEd, FAAO

Section:

Culture Competency

COPE Course ID:

OBO953/71809-EJ

Expiration Date:

March 7, 2024

Qualified Credits:

1.00 credits - $39.00


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of medical mistrust and discuss the historical perspectives, origins, and legacies of medical mistrust in Black and Latinx communities. The course will also discuss the role of provider implicit bias in healthcare and health inequities, especially in HIV, reproductive health, diabetes and COVID-19. This interactive course will discuss some experiences of medical mistrust and discrimination in the clinical setting and provide some possible recommendations and strategies to improve trust and subsequently healthcare outcomes. *Video was recorded on February 17, 2021 during a LIVE webinar

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • To discuss the implications of medical mistrust on healthcare, treatment, and prevention outcomes in Black and Latinx communities
  • To describe the historical perspectives, origins, and legacies of medical mistrust in Black and Latinx communities.
  • To discuss possible recommendations to promote healthy patient-doctor relationships and encourage positive healthcare engagements to ultimately improve overall healthcare outcomes

STEPS TO TAKE COURSE:

Listen to a Podcast.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader

You must be logged in to take the examination. To login click here

Upon completion and payment you will be issued a certificate.
Please send any questions or comments to mikibuckingham@pacificu.edu.