Building Trust in Our Health Care Systems: Exploring systemic unconscious bias and the importance of understanding its effects on society, healthcare models, and patients.
The second of three sessions in a series that continues the exploration of issues identified at the September 13, 2020 Big Conversation on health care inequities. Webinar by noted expert Steven K Ragsdale, followed by Q&A.
A Follow Up to Many Wounds to Heal: Health Care (In)Equity - How Does It Affect Me?
This forum is brought to you by The Big Conversation Partners in Dismantling Racism and Privilege in Southern Maryland.
||Steven K. Ragsdale has more than 25 years of experience in developing health care innovations and advancing pathways to better, safer, and more equitable care. His work with local hospitals, healthcare and other organizations in diversity, equity, and inclusion is guided by his steep understanding and desire to appreciate concepts that drive difference in society. He has enabled research, policy, and community efforts that expand services to underrepresented and vulnerable populations since 1997. Mr. Ragsdale is an associate faculty member at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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