Michigan Health Council (MHC) is pleased to continue our work on the MHC Implicit Bias Series, a collection of free learning modules intended to address biases around race, ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status, age, and other demographic groups who often fall through the cracks of healthcare systems.
Kristin Sewell, Director of Content Production at MHC, recently collaborated with University of Michigan students Megan Reynolds and Anthony Dang to create new implicit bias learning modules on body size and gender bias. Reynolds and Dang recently completed their APEx (Applied Practice Experience) projects for their Master’s degrees in Public Health. Reynolds served as the subject matter expert on body size bias, while Dang acted as the subject matter expert on gender bias.
Both modules will become available in 2021. In the meantime, the current modules titled ‘Overview’ and ‘Race’ are available now at acemapp.org. Simply create a new account or log in to your existing account. Search the “implicit bias” tag in the Library to show all available modules in the series.
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If you have any questions regarding the series or creating your ACEMAPP account, please contact our support team at [email protected] or 844-223-4292.
The free video series mentioned above is for educational purposes only and does not meet the requirements for licensure in the state of Michigan. For training that provides you with a certificate of completion and meets the requirements for (re)licensure in the state of Michigan R 338.7001, please click here or visit mhc.org/education.