Unconscious Bias in Medicine Workshop

Constituency: Grad students; Postdocs; Med students; Residents/Fellows; Faculty; Staff
Office: Office of Faculty Development and Diversity

The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity offers individualized presentations, workshops, and trainings on the topic of Unconscious Bias to departments and groups across the School of Medicine upon request. 


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