Information Session

An Epidemiologic Study of Diabetes Related Foot Ulcers and Consequences for Further Research

Dr. Marjolein Iversen is an Associate Professor at Bergen University College, Department of Nursing in Bergen, Norway.Highlights of Presentation: *Telemedicine follow-up (Cluster RCT) *Innovation (EUROSTAR) *National guidelines *Integrate education and research opportunitiesFeel free to bring your lunch. Beverage and cookies will be provided.RSVP to belinda.wisdom@duke.edu no later than Monday, July 18, 2016.

Implicit Bias in the Workplace Training for IT Staff

This session is designed to provide an overview of implicit (unconscious) bias, particularly related to personnel transactions (employee selection, promotion, discipline, etc.), but the process is relevant to most decision making. Workshop participants will gain an understanding of implicit v. explicit bias, as well as the theory behind the development of "preferences" in early childhood and implicit bias in adults. Several research studies will illustrate how implicit bias impacts decisions in a number of fields, including higher education.

Implicit Bias in the Workplace Training for IT Staff

This session is designed to provide an overview of implicit (unconscious) bias, particularly related to personnel transactions (employee selection, promotion, discipline, etc.), but the process is relevant to most decision making. Workshop participants will gain an understanding of implicit v. explicit bias, as well as the theory behind the development of "preferences" in early childhood and implicit bias in adults. Several research studies will illustrate how implicit bias impacts decisions in a number of fields, including higher education.

Implicit Bias in the Workplace Training for IT Staff

This session is designed to provide an overview of implicit (unconscious) bias, particularly related to personnel transactions (employee selection, promotion, discipline, etc.), but the process is relevant to most decision making. Workshop participants will gain an understanding of implicit v. explicit bias, as well as the theory behind the development of "preferences" in early childhood and implicit bias in adults. Several research studies will illustrate how implicit bias impacts decisions in a number of fields, including higher education.

Implicit Bias in the Workplace Training for IT Staff

This session is designed to provide an overview of implicit (unconscious) bias, particularly related to personnel transactions (employee selection, promotion, discipline, etc.), but the process is relevant to most decision making. Workshop participants will gain an understanding of implicit v. explicit bias, as well as the theory behind the development of "preferences" in early childhood and implicit bias in adults. Several research studies will illustrate how implicit bias impacts decisions in a number of fields, including higher education.

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