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Intersections of Racism and Power: Healthcare Redefined | December 12, 2020

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When: Saturday, December 12, 2020 8:00am to 1:30pm Central Standard Time via Zoom Meetings (link provided after purchase)

Who can attend: This course is designed for people who are active in the healthcare, wellness, and fitness industries; however, ALL are welcome.

Credits: This activity has been approved by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 6.00 CCUs for PTs and PTAs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify your role as an individual and healthcare/wellness provider in the movement to dismantle racism.
  2. Discuss the history of racism in America as it pertains to health and wellness.
  3. Describe or evaluate intersections of racism in the LGBTQ+ communities.
  4. Summarize evidence-based frameworks and approaches to address racisms at the individual and systemic level.
  5. Design your own action plan as a community member, employee, boss, and healthcare/wellness provider.

The Course Includes:

  • Downloadable handbook of the entire course {Printed copy available for $49}
  • You will have access to the recording for 30 days*
  • Certificate of completion reflecting course hours
  • A curated list of anti-racism resources (including research articles)
  • Access to a 60-minute office hour on Thursday, July 30th from 5:30pm to 6:30pm CST. This will function as a true office hour; where you will have the opportunity to ask me questions, review strategies and ways to modify your approach, as well as general discussion.

Spaces are limited! Register for your spot now!

* Purchase is non-refundable
* Must be present in live course to access recording

Art by Hannah Ysabel Pingol


TESTIMONIALS

“Firstly, it was a professionally excellent teaching & learning experience with a reflective group. What I was also blown away by was the generosity of spirit & knowledge that UC brought to her teaching.I was moved & profoundly grateful to learn from her about the history of & current status of systemic & institutionalized racism in the US. And also to cast my thoughts wider to revisit the impact of colonialism around the world. The decades of consequences, injustice & inequity.” – Emma Stokes, PhD, President, World Physiotherapy, Head of Department of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Science, Qatar University.

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