Pennsylvania Health Equity Office Publishes Implicit Bias Toolkit

The Pennsylvania Department of Health Office of Health Equity published an Implicit Bias Toolkit. The toolkit provides resources to reduce implicit bias and explicit bias in clinical healthcare settings. The toolkit includes tools to avoid bias and resources to address discrimination in healthcare.

Click here to access the toolkit.

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