In this webinar, Nicholas Stanley, an audiologist, and Samuel Bradley, a social worker, discuss how the concepts of cultural mindfulness, humility, and rigor can help clinicians evaluate their own explicit and implicit racial biases and identify practices that establish a more effective and inclusive clinical environment. The webinar explores strategies that lead to more equitable patient access and outcomes. Additionally, the presenters model and promote healthy conversations surrounding race and its influence on everyday interactions.
This webinar is part of the SIGnature Series, a collection of webinars developed by volunteers from ASHA’s Special Interest Groups, who share practical, evidence-based suggestions and solutions based on their in-depth knowledge, clinical experiences, and passion for their specialty areas. This webinar was developed by SIG 6: Hearing and Hearing Disorders: Research and Diagnostics
You will be able to:
- Define key concepts of cultural mindfulness, humility, and rigor
- Describe how racism impacts patient access and outcomes
- Use language and concepts that enable healthy discussion about race and racism
- Apply cultural mindfulness to clinical practice
DEI Professional Development Requirement
This course counts toward the ASHA certification maintenance professional development requirement for DEI (which encompasses cultural competency; cultural humility; culturally responsive practice; and diversity, equity, and inclusion). See more courses that count toward this requirement or read more about professional development requirements for certification maintenance.
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