Understanding and Preventing Bias in Pain Management in Sickle Cell Disease

⏰ 30 minutes (plus optional activities)

🏆 0.5 ANCC and ACCME Continuing Education credit available

📜 Certificate of Completion

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

Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that is often seen among people of African ancestry. Severe chronic pain is one of the most common complications associated with this disease. In this learning experience, we build on what you learned in the previous course to focus on addressing the devastating impact of unintended racial biases on the adequacy of pain management for our Black patients with sickle cell disease. Learners will gain insights into the cultural and social aspects of the disease within the Black community and will better understand the importance of cultural competence in delivering effective pain management strategies, fostering trust, and improving patient outcomes.
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Learners will be able to:

Identify the gaps in the quality of pain care for patients with sickle cell disease.

Understand why those gaps occur and how the unconscious thinking system plays a role.

Develop ways to combat negative effects of unintentional biases on the quality of pain care that patients with sickle cell disease receive.

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