Terry, Anne & Vickie talk about Bias in Medicine after viewing the John Oliver episode, Dr. Mike's review of the Oliver episode and discussion about Dr. Susan Moore on Democracy Now.
This episode is about 18 minutes long.
Núñez A, Madison M, Schiavo R, Elk R, Prigerson HG. . Health Equity. 2020 Apr 14;4(1):117-128. doi: 10.1089/heq.2020.29000.rtl. PMID: 32368710; PMCID: PMC7197255.
Developing and Testing the Feasibility of a Culturally Based Tele-Palliative Care Consult Based on the Cultural Values and Preferences of Southern, Rural African American and White Community Members: A Program by and for the Community.
van Ryn, M., Burgess, D.J., Dovidio, J.F., Phelan, S.M., Saha, S., Malat, J., Griffin, J.M., Fu, S.S., Perry, S. (2011) The Impact of Racism on Clinician Cognition, Behavior and Clinical Decision Making. Du Bois Rev. 2011 Apr 1, 8(1):199-218. doi: 10.1017/S1742058X11000191. PMID: 24761152; PMCID: PMC3993983
Reflections 2020: Inequities; Deepening the Conversation, Informing Practice.
Join Terry, Anne and Vickie in a conversation about the video from Dr. Wailoo. (37 min.)
Keith Andrew Wailoo is Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University where he teaches in the Department of History and the School of Public and International Affairs. He is former Chair of the Department of History, the former Vice Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs, and current President of the American Association for the History of Medicine.
Presentation begins at timestamp: 7:29.
Racial Disparities in Discontinuation of Long Term Opioid Therapy Following Illicit Drug Use among Black and White Patients.
Gaither et al. (2018) Drug and Alcohol Dependence.192(1):371-376
Jennifer D. Byrne, LCSW, CADC, Katie S. Clancy, MSW, and Isabell Ciszewski, LCSW,
Should the Location of a Patient’s Home Inform Physicians’ Opioid Prescription Practices
Chapman, E. N., Kaatz, A., & Carnes, M. (2013). Physicians and Implicit Bias: How Doctors May Unwittingly Perpetuate Health Care Disparities. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 28(11), 1504–1510
Burgess D. J. (2011). Addressing racial healthcare disparities: how can we shift the focus from patients to providers? Journal of General Internal Medicine, 26(8), 828–830.
"Acknowledging the Burdens of 'Blackness'. "by N. Sederstrom & J. Wiggleton-Little. HEC Forum 2021
Book: Pain, Opioids, and the Search for Relief: A Political History. By Keith Wailoo PhD
"Are You Doing it Wrong?" workshop
Mt. Sinai group of physicians sue for harassment.
At the Museum of Women, Washington, DC. Here is an article about the exhibit.
A podcast from the Gritty Nurse about how our biases can influence how we treat pain.
This is the introductory video of Reflections 2020 with Terry Altilio, Anne Kelemen and Vickie Leff. 7min.