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Improve Healthcare delivery by reducing Implicit Bias.

JANUARY 18th, 2024, 11:30AM EST

Attend our free workshop and gain LARA accreditation.

Participants take a pre and post-workshop exam. Upon passing, they receive a certification that meets LARA requirements (Mich. Admin. Code R.338.7004). And they receive 1.5 SHRM credits.

Lorne Epstein

Lorne Epstein, VMSOD, SHRM-SCP

CEO, Electric Cow 

What Healthcare Professionals in Michigan Are Saying:


Lorne makes the training incredibly engaging, works the room, and gets everyone involved. He makes sure you take the opportunity to think differently and push your boundaries.

Chelsea Eisele
Executive Director Vista Grande Villa


The program was amazing. I was actively engaged. I felt like I walked out better than when I walked in.

Manda Ayoub

Chief Operating Officer Pomeroy Living

If you're looking to:

  • Get certified under LARA (Mich. Admin. Code R.338.7004);

  • Learn how priming bias works;

  • See how bias can affect their choices at work;

  • Conduct a personal social network analysis; and

  • Develop new practices and skills to minimize bias in business decisions.

Then this online training session is a must-attend.

Join Electric Cow's Lorne Epstein on Thursday, January 18th at 11:30AM EST as he leads a hands-on, experiential workshop aimed at mitigating implicit bias in healthcare.

Participants will explore the following questions:

  • What is implicit/unconscious bias? 

  • How does bias affect patient care?

  • What biases do I have?

  • What tools are available to me to reduce the effects of bias in my workplace?

Participants who pass the post-workshop assessment receive their completion certificates as well as 1.5 SHRM Credits.

Signup now to learn how to identify and remove your unwanted bias, reduce barriers and disparities in access to and delivery of healthcare services, and devise strategies for reducing these barriers and disparities.

By the end, you’ll have the confidence and know-how needed to determine how to best utilize available tools to reduce the effects of bias in your workplace. 

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