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Implicit Bias: Awareness, Accountability, and Action (December 9 session)
Thursday, December 9, 2021
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Live Webinar, Presented at your Facility

Fees:

There is no fee for this event.

Target Audience: Healthcare executives, physicians, nurses, social workers, quality professionals, risk managers, and all healthcare professionals working with women and  families to decrease disparities in maternal and infant health outcomes.

Description: Implicit bias refers to the unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can affect our understanding, actions, and decisions. From an Awareness standpoint, healthcare  clinicians need to be fully aware of the complexities and impact of implicit bias on patient  experience and engagement. Looking at Accountability, healthcare clinicians need to  acknowledge, challenge, and manage their biases. From an Action perspective, healthcare  clinicians need tools, skills, and strategies for comfort, confidence, and competence to connect, communicate, and effectively collaborate cross-culturally.

To register online, click here: https://www.school-network.net/Courses/Register/21705.

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CHA Issue-Based Forum - Connecticut Parentage Act: What Hospitals Need to Know
Thursday, December 9, 2021
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Live Webinar, Presented at your Facility

Fees:

  • Acute Care Hospital Member: No Fee for Acute Care Members
  • Other Member: No Fee for Other Members
  • Non-Member: N/A

This presentation will review the Connecticut Parentage Act (CPA), Public Act 21-15, which goes into effect on January 1, 2022.  The CPA comprehensively updates Connecticut parentage law so that children have equal access to parentage regardless of their method of conception or the gender, sexual orientation, or marital status of their parents.  The presentation will go over the various pathways to establish parentage, including pathways for parents having children through assisted reproduction, and will cover methods of establishing parentage, including pre-birth parentage orders and new Acknowledgments of Parentage that include not only genetic parents, but also intended and presumed parents. 

The program will also identify existing policies and procedures that hospitals and other providers should review to determine if updates are needed.

This program is only open to CHA members.

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Implicit Bias: Awareness, Accountability, and Action (January 19 session)
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Live Webinar, Presented at your Facility

Fees:

There is no fee for this event.

Implicit bias refers to the unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can affect our understanding, actions, and decisions.  From an Awareness standpoint, healthcare clinicians need to be fully aware of the complexities and impact of implicit bias on patient experience and engagement.  Looking at Accountability, healthcare clinicians need to acknowledge, challenge, and manage their biases.  From an Action perspective, healthcare clinicians need tools, skills, and strategies for comfort, confidence, and competence to connect, communicate, and effectively collaborate crossculturally.

Class size is limited; early registration is encouraged.

To register online, click here: https://www.school-network.net/Courses/Register/21582

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Building Capacity for Medications for Opioid Use Disorder: Example From a Large Urban Primary Care Practice
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Live Webinar, Presented at your Facility

Fees:

There is no fee for this event.

This session will review strategies to implement and expand Medications for Opioid Use  Disorder (MOUD) in clinical practice. Using an example of a quality improvement initiative from a large urban academic primary care practice in Philadelphia, we will discuss existing  barriers to MOUD and how to develop strategies to address these barriers. Possible  interventions to build capacity for MOUD include provider training, addressing stigma and bias, as well as engaging key stakeholders.

To register, click here: https://www.school-network.net/Courses/Register/23109. 

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