Episode 13: Implicit bias and health care disparities
Confronting health care disparities, our own implicit bias, the importance of taking a stand against racism, and more.
PUBLISHED: Sept. 22, 2020
You see that it's appalling. What can you do, and what can we do as privileged human beings, to denounce this? To say that it's wrong? To not stand for it? To say, "You know what? That's not right and this is what I'm going to do about it."—Paul J. "P.J." Rochon, MD, FSIR
Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventional radiologist Paul J. "P.J." Rochon, MD, FSIR, about health care disparities, our own implicit bias, the minority tax and the importance of taking a stand against racism.
Read Dr. Rochon's IR Quarterly article on health care disparities.
Note: This episode was recorded on Aug. 20, 2020.
SIR thanks Sirtex for its support of this episode.
Paul J. "P.J." Rochon, MD, FSIR, is an interventional radiologist at the University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus and is chair of the SIR Diversity and Inclusiveness Advisory Group.
Host Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, is an interventional radiologist in Tampa, Florida.
Contact us with your ideas and questions, or read more about about interventional radiology in IR Quarterly magazine or SIR's Patient Center.
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