We thank everyone for their attendance of “Addressing Medical Mistrust in Black Communities: Implications for HIV/Hepatitis/STIs, COVID-19 and Other Conditions”. Please view the recap here. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UCLA Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services would like to invite you to a virtual training on Medical Mistrust. The training is entitled, “Addressing Medical Mistrust in Black Communities: Implications for HIV/Hepatitis/STIs, COVID-19 and Other Conditions” on Saturday, August 29, 2020, from 8:30am-1:30pm.
The training is open to clinicians, physician assistants, nurses, medical students, residents, fellows, hospital/clinic administrators and all clinical providers. CME Credits for clinical providers offered by the UCLA DGSOM Office of Continuing Medical Education.
The objectives of the seminar are to:
- Discuss the historical foundations of medical mistrust in Black communities.
- Describe the effects of medical mistrust on health care behaviors, HIV, COVID-19 and other health outcomes in Black communities.
- Discuss clinic and system level changes that foster patient trust.
- List and apply the skills and resources needed to interact with patients in a manner that encourages healthcare engagement and improves health outcomes.
Feel free to email email@example.com with any questions. Thank you.
Download invitation letter and flyer: Medical Mistrust Training Invitation
Download training syllabus: Syllabus: Addressing Medical Mistrust in Black Communities
Dr. Bogart’s Book Chapter Summary on HIV and medical mistrust: HIV & Medical Mistrust: A Summary