Anti-Bias Training

  • September 11, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • Via Zoom

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Unconscious, or implicit, bias in medical research and care is well documented— black patients on average receive less pain medication; heart attacks are underdiagnosed in women; and non-white, non-male populations are underrepresented in clinical trials. We offer our experiences as medical librarians as a starting point for this interactive workshop that has been adapted to fit the needs of law librarians, which explores tools that librarians can use to recognize and address unconscious bias in library systems as well as scholarly research.

Speaker info:

Rachel Keiko Stark (@rkstark1; stark@csus.edu) is the Health Sciences Librarian at California State University, Sacramento

Molly Higgins (@mollygoggles; mollylh@uw.edu) is the Digital Services Librarian at the Library of Congress.  

Rachel & Molly would be happy to take questions via email or Twitter before the event to be addressed during the session.

This event will not be recorded.  Registration is free as NOCALL is paying for all costs.

Join the meeting here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81309911705

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