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Dr. Nzinga Harrison’s 2- part training series on Organizational Readiness for Health Equity and Anti-Racism will be offered on June 10th and June 17th from 1pm-3pm PDT. 

Please use the link below to register:

Part 1: Cultural and Clinical Factors Affecting Health of BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Communities with Disabilities

When: June 10, 1pm-3pm PDT

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe history and meaning of the terms BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Disabled. 
  2. List three types of cultural variations among BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Disability Communities. 
  3. Understand the impact of historical experiences of BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Disability Communities with the medical community on health outcomes.
  4. List 3 ways implicit bias can affect the health of BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Disability Communities.
  5. Describe four evidence-based individual, programmatic, organizational, advocacy interventions designed to improve clinical outcomes among BIPOC, Queer and Trans, and Disability Communities.

Part 2: Pursuing Racial Equity in Mental Health Care: Laying the Foundation for Organizational Readiness

When: June 17, 1pm-3pm 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand existing data that reflects workforce inequity and health disparities in the communities served. 
  2. Utilize data to identify inequity and resultant opportunities for improvement. 
  3. Utilize a standardized tool to raise organizational awareness of staff competencies and organizational operations.
  4. Describe the ADKAR model of organizational change.
  5. Apply data analysis, organizational awareness assessment results and the ADKAR model to the development of an organizational action plan towards equity.