How to be Anti-Racist in the Everyday Practice of Public Health
05 May, 2023
Racism was deemed a public health emergency in 2020, emphasizing the urgent need to advance inclusion, equity, and diversity. Public health practitioners are essential in fighting against bias, discrimination, and microaggressions in the workplace. The self-paced training, “How to be Anti-Racist in the Everyday Practice of Public Health, is designed to equip public health professionals with the skills to recognize and manage biases, promote more equitable health services,” and improve health outcomes for all populations.
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