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P641 Conscious and Unconscious Bias in the Dental Practice

Speaker: Stacey Firman

  • About This Course

This course has been produced in collaboration with tida. It aims to provide you with an understanding of conscious and unconscious bias and how it is formed as part of human nature.

In it, we explore how the brain is quick to stereotype people and how we naturally have preferences for people and things.  We learn that prejudice and stereotyping can lead to discrimination and how to recognise your own and other people's bias behaviour.  Assumptive bias behaviour can cause people to miss opportunites and makes way for unfair treatment. This course looks at discrimination and the implications of negative bias behaviour in our society.  It helps you to self reflect and check your motivations so that your biases do not become a problem for other people.

Learning Outcomes

Aims

To provide you with an understanding of conscious and unconscious bias and how it is formed as part of human nature.

Objectives

By the end of this course you will:

  • Learn how the brain is quick to stereotype people and how we naturally have preferences for people and things
  • Learn that prejudice and stereotyping can lead to discrimination and how to recognise your own and other people's bias behaviour
  • Learn that assumptive bias behaviour can cause people to miss opportunites and makes way for unfair treatment
  • Learn about discrimination and the implications of negative bias behaviour in our society
  • Explore how to self reflect and check your motivations, so that your biases do not become a problem for other people

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