Understanding and Preventing Bias in Pain Management

⏰ 30 Minutes plus optional activities

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

📜 Certificate of Completion

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What Your Colleagues Say:

“The info was presented in an amazingly detailed way and very very good.”

“I believe this course is well thought out and provides information and techniques to avoid bias that I had not thought about.”

“I think the course was nicely interactive and straight to the point. It will definitely be a useful course in the future!!”

“I appreciated the fact that there were scientific facts that showed that minorities have a harder time when seeking out healthcare when compared to other individuals.

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

This course was co-sponsored and developed through collaboration with The Dalio Center for Health Justice at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.

As healthcare providers and clinicians, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to all our patients. None of us want our patients to suffer unnecessarily, and we want to treat everyone fairly. Yet, studies have documented racial inequities in pain care for Black patients for almost every condition, and setting. Latino patients, women, low income patients, and patients with obesity are also at higher risk of inadequate pain management.

The purpose of this learning experience is to equip you with the essential knowledge and tools needed to ensure that every patient receives the quality of pain treatment we would all want for ourselves and our loved ones.

This learning experience is rooted in rigorous peer-reviewed research and brought to life by composites of real life scenarios from patients and clinicians.

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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Learners will be able to:

 Identify the nature and extent of inequities in pain management

 Understand why inequities exist and persist, and how implicit biases can affect the pain care we give to patients despite our best and unbiased intentions

 Learn evidence-based, practical skills and strategies for preventing biases from affecting the quality of our relationships and pain care with patients

Course Format

This video learning course features engaging content delivered by experts in the field. Through informative presentations, case studies, and interactive exercises, you will deepen your knowledge and develop practical skills for providing respectful and equitable pain care for your patients. The self-paced format allows you to learn at your convenience, ensuring flexibility in your professional development.

Who Should Enroll

This course is designed for physicians and nurses. It also benefits administrators and healthcare staff seeking to enhance their understanding and skills in pain care for patients.

Why do Optum Health, Mayo Clinic, Boston Scientific, Hospital Association of New York, Health Partners, Cleveland Clinic, the Permanente Medical Group, Sutter Health, Confluence Health, the Indiana Hospital Association, the Center for Antiracism and Health Equity, and the California Health Care Association, among others, choose our courses?

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#unmatched expertise | #the best we have seen | #truly evidence-based  | #top marks from our doctors | #head & shoulders above the rest