Just Read: Moral Self-Licensing – a continual challenge to eliminating bias in health care

Just Read: Moral Self-Licensing - a continual challenge to eliminating bias in health care

Earlier in my career, I remember a colleague saying to me, in a challenge to observed, biased behavior, “this is organization x, those things don’t happen here.” He said it with a dismissive chuckle. And yet, it did happen…

I have been intensely interested in the concept of “Illusion of Objectivity” especially in health care, and so have done a deep literature review, which brought me to this paper and the concept of moral self-license…

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A tour of/from the future, Georgetown School of Medicine, Washington, DC USA

A tour of/from the future, Georgetown School of Medicine, Washington, DC USA

E Pluribus Innovator View on Flickr After a long delayed scheduling process (medical students are BUSY), I got to take a tour of the medical education experience of fellow future inhabitant Konstantin Karmazin (@zenkkarma) at our local medical school with a family medicine department (@GUFamilyMed),  Georgetown University School of Medicine. From time to time I end up … Continue reading A tour of/from the future, Georgetown School of Medicine, Washington, DC USA

My crazy life ride with Regina Holliday, at #TEDxAlvaPark , Detroit Michigan, USA

My crazy life ride with Regina Holliday, at #TEDxAlvaPark , Detroit Michigan, USA

We’ll help create it, a generation free of HIV As we were walking out of the #TEDxAlvaPark speaker dinner at The Henry Ford (@TheHenryFord) the night before the event, I asked Regina if we should make any changes to our talk, now that we had interacted with the other amazing, accomplished presenters. Her response frames … Continue reading My crazy life ride with Regina Holliday, at #TEDxAlvaPark , Detroit Michigan, USA