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Bias and the Psychological Safety in Healthcare Teams

An article that defines bias and psychological safety in healthcare teams and includes a case study. It also offers strategies to combat biases, steps that health-care teams can employ to promote belonging in interprofessional teams, and strategies for supporting team members who are experiencing biases.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Luther & Flattes
Tags
bias, interprofessional team, psychological safety
Audience
Trainee, Health worker, Health-care educator/Trainer
Theme
Organizational and team culture, Psychological protection
Cost
Free
Format
Article (Peer reviewed)
Sector
Specific to healthcare
Setting
Online setting, Hospital, Long-term care, Private clinic, Community care, Home care
Identity
Women, Immigrant, refugee, ethnocultural, and racialized populations (IRER)
Language
English

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