For New Nurses & Nursing Students

Implicit Bias Education for New Nurses & Nursing Students

⏰ 60 Minutes plus optional activities

🏆 Exam to earn CME is available for purchase immediately after course completion

📜 Certificate of Completion

⚖️ Meets the requirements of CA AB 241 for New Nurses and Nursing Students

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"This was a great presentation and represented this important topic well."

“Great training on a very important topic not only in health care, but in our everyday lives.”

"Not what I expected - I loved it!"

“Great learning tools to help us serve ALL patients. Thank you for the reminders and new ideas.”

As clinicians, we strive to provide all our patients the highest quality of care.

Completing this course will bring nursing students and new nurses into compliance with the California Law AB 1407 “Implicit Bias Education for New Nurses & Nursing Students".

Upon completion of the course material and after passing the post-course exam, learners will earn 1.0 contact hours of CE under the American Nurses Credentialing Center.


That's where this course comes in.
This evidence-based course will provide insights and proven strategies you can put to work immediately.

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Part One, Protecting Yourself and Your Patients from Implicit Bias

Provides learners with foundational knowledge and essential insights into the nature of unintended, implicit biases.

Part Two, Understanding and Addressing Racial and Ethnic Bias During a Healthcare Crisis

Builds on and *reinforces* the knowledge and insights gained from Part One and adds key structural competency topics.

Part Three, Dignity in Childbirth & Pregnancy: Preventing Racial Bias in Perinatal Care Foundations  

Further builds on and reinforces the knowledge and insights gained from preceding eLearning experiences and adds additional insights into the roots of racial bias in the US.

Learners will be able to:

  • Describe the source and nature of implicit biases
  • Provide examples of how implicit bias can affect care
  • Describe 5 evidence-based bias-prevention strategies

(Part One corresponds to Section 2786 e1a, e1b, e1c, e1d of CA law AB 1407)

Learners will be able to: 

  • Describe why and how stress exacerbates unintended biases
  • Explain the benefits of understanding social structure for providing high-quality care to all patients
  • Provide examples of how they will apply evidence-based bias prevention to improve patient care
(Part Two corresponds to Section 2786 e1a, e1b, e1c, e1d, e1f, e1g, e1h, e1j, e1l of CA law AB 1407)

Learners will be able to: 

  • Describe research findings on inequities in perinatal care
  • Provide specific examples of how nurses implicit racial biases can undermine quality of care
  • Provide examples of strategies they will use to improve care for Black patients
(Part Three corresponds to Section 2786 e1a, e1b, e1c, e1d, e1f, e1g, e1h, e1j, e1l of CA law AB 1407)

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