Social Identities, Implicit Bias and their Impact on Health and Wellbeing
This 90-minute session will guide participants in analyzing how power structures and the intersection of social identities can make it more challenging for people who belong to historically marginalized groups to pursue "health".
During the session, participants will learn:
- How the historical politicization of the body influences current narratives around health and wellbeing.
- How implicit bias, structural racism, and anti-fatness can impede competent and compassionate nutrition care delivery.
- Practical strategies that participants can integrate into their policies, programs, and processes to support the co-creation of thriving communities.
Date: Monday, March 11, 2024 from 10–11:30 a.m.