MD ID 6900 (2024/2025)

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MD ID 6900 - Addressing Racial Inequities through Interprofessional Experiential Learning
This course will engage interprofessional students in simulation and experiential learning activities that will guide them in 1) understanding the effects of racial bias in healthcare; 2) recognizing and repairing the consequences of bias and; 3) practicing communication skills to address racial bias in healthcare relationships. Through this workshop-based course, students will learn how to identify instances of interpersonal cultural ruptures (e.g., microaggressions) stemming from implicit bias and learn ways to repair these cultural ruptures through simulation activities and the use of the calling-in tool. The communication strategies students learn and practice during the course will equip them to build strong interprofessional teams and supportive environments for patients.
Course Objectives
As a result of successfully completing Addressing Racial Inequities through Interprofessional Experiential Learning, students will be able to:
1.Describe potential effects of implicit bias and cultural ruptures on the quality of health care and healthcare team functioning.
2.Identify opportunities for responding to implicit bias and cultural ruptures in healthcare and educational settings.
3.Use the calling-in tools in interprofessional and educational interactions with patients, preceptors and colleagues.
Medicine, Interdepartmental
Credit Range
1 - 1
Academic Year
Permission Required
School Years
Course Classifications
GARCIA,GABRIELA (DC) | gabriela.garcia@utah.eduEANELLI,BETH (DC) |
Cohen,Susanna (DD) | susanna.cohen@nurs.utah.eduCase,Gretchen (DD) |
Possible Grade(s)
Fail (F)Pass (P)
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