0.75 Prescribed

What's Race Got to Do With It? The Use of Race in Medical Decision-Making and Clinical Care

by Minnesota AFP

Credit available Wed 07/22/20 - Wed 07/21/21

Self-Study

for up to 0.75 Prescribed credits

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Race is a social concept, yet often used as a marker for genetic ancestry in medical practice. This presentation will discuss the history and use of race in medicine and the problems with using race as a risk factor for disease. Participants will be exposed to controversies, intricacies and challenges with using race in medical decision-making and learn some practical strategies to use in clinical scenarios.

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Contact Info

Name: Lisa Regehr
Phone: 952-542-0130
Email: lisa@mafp.org
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List of Sessions

Session Name Date Credits
What's Race Got to Do With It? The Use of Race in Medical Decision-Making and Clinical Care Credit available Wed 07/22/20 - Thu 07/22/21 0.75 Prescribed credits