Power, Privilege, & Patient Care
Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 2:00pm to 3:15pm
Prehealth is pleased to bring you Part III of our series on Culturally Competent Patient Care: Power, Privilege, & Patient Care, March 22nd 3:00-4:15 in E19-202. We are inviting students, faculty, and staff to spend time with us learning, talking, discussing, and reflecting on the ways that power and privilege can shape one's experiences with seeking or delivering care. In this workshop, we will take a health care lens to exploring the impacts of systemic oppression and privilege, such as race, class, gender, ability, and sexuality. There will be a panel discussion and time for reflection. Topics will include, but are not limited to: relations between physicians, nurses and other health professionals; delivering patient care with awareness of systemic privilege and oppression; implicit bias; self-education; allyship; racial battle fatigue; sexual harassment; transphobia; homophobia; wealth concentration and disparities; emotional health; burnout, and self-care.