Wed, Nov 17|
Online Asynchronous Course
Group Registration- Racial Inequalities in Healthcare: Part 1
This 4.5 hour asynchronous course uncovering and discovering the historical and more recent racial disparities in healthcare will unpack ideology and narratives surrounding race and pain, and will discuss the practice of forced sterilization.
Time & Location
Nov 17, 2021, 5:00 PM MST – Dec 31, 2021, 5:00 PM MST
Online Asynchronous Course
About this Training
We are often unaware of the history behind our perceptions of each other that are both conscious and unconscious thoughts. Many of these ideas and preconceptions are informal knowledge that originate from white supremacist ideology. White supremacist ideology has gone through a long historical process many people are not aware of. These ideas have a strong influence on how we think about healthcare, disease, and each other. This training will cover history that influences our current problems with racial disparity in the health care system. The issues that are addressed in this training may be quite a lot, but it is a fraction of many issues that persist.
The course Racial Inequality in Healthcare is about uncovering and discovering the historical and more recent racial disparities in healthcare. Learning about the past is relevant to our awareness and sensitivity to communities of color in the present. We need to be aware about what people have been capable of doing to others in the name of medicine. We need to know the thought and ideology that has led to those actions. We also need to be able to identify the actions and how they happened. All to make us more aware of how people of color experience issues of health unequally.
Participants can register for the full course or for single course units.
Intended Audience: This course is appropriate for anyone seeking to develop a framework of knowledge regarding racism in healthcare and the ideologies and frameworks which behind racial inequalities in healthcare.
Professionals in any field and the general public are welcome. 4.5 CEUs available.
Trigger Warning- This course discusses abuse and sexual assault.
Unit 1 History of Pain and the perception and treatment of People of Color (78 minutes)- 1.25 CEUs
Objective 1: People will learn how the ideology of race and images of the “other” influence the consideration of pain and treatment of people of color. Objective 2: People will understand the origins of how European views of race and how it changed during the Enlightenment to dehumanize non-whites by conceiving of a racial hierarchy. Objective 3: Ideas about race will influence how Europeans and people of European descent viewed enslaved black people as feeling less pain. Objective 4: The perception of viewing black folk as feeling less pain will result in cruel treatment and inhumane medical experimentation and other practices.
Unit 2 The consequences of not legitimizing pain and humanity in medicine (55 minutes)- 1 CEU
Objective 1: People will learn how the concepts about race and pain dehumanized people of color as subjects of medical experimentation. Objective 2: They will also learn how that experience is intersectional with class, race, and gender. Objective 3: People will learn how this was part of international imperialist experience. Objective 4: People will learn about the violation of consent. Objective 5: People will learn about the eugenics movement and how that influenced medical treatment. Objective 6: People will learn about the continuation of these practices and beliefs in the 20th century through the case of Henrietta Lacks and the Tuskegee Study.
Unit 3 Modern Day Continuation: Racial Disparity in Pain (53 minutes)- 1 CEU
Objective 1: People will learn how older notions of race and pain continue to influence the under treatment and neglect of pain for people of color. Objective 2: People will learn how Black and Latinx people’s pain is not treated as seriously as white people. Objective 3: People will learn about how myths about perception and false beliefs of Black people are held by advanced medical students. Objective 4: People will learn how false perceptions affect the treatment of Black and Latinx people.
Unit 4 Robbing Women Their Womb and Robbing the Future of People of Color (67 minutes)- 1 CEU
Objective 1: People will learn how racial ideologies affect sterilization and attempts at population control of people of color. Objective 2: People will learn that the ideology of the eugenics movement became implemented into government programs and medical institutions. Objective 3: People will learn how this affected multiple groups such as people with disabilities, Black people, Latinx people, and Native Americans.
Group CEU Full Course Reg
This ticket includes access to the full 4.5-hour training for your group and includes CEUs. This registration is appropriate for group size of up to 20 people. If you have a larger group, please visit our Group Training page. Registration will be open from 5:00 pm MST November 1st through 5:00 pm MST December 27th. Training access will begin November 1st at 5:00 pm MST and will close December 31st at 5:00 pm MST.$58.00
Group General Full Course Reg
This ticket includes access to the full 4.5-hour training for your group and does NOT include CEUs. This registration is appropriate for group size of up to 20 people not seeking continuing education credits. If you have a larger group, please visit our Group Training page. Registration will be open from 5:00 pm MST November 1st through 5:00 pm MST December 27th. Training access will begin November 1st at 5:00 pm MST and will close December 31st at 5:00 pm MST.$17.00