Presented by the MU Center of Health Ethics
October 4, 2019
Reynolds Journalism Institute, MU School of Journalism
In today’s lexicon, the term “echo chamber” describes an increasingly common phenomenon where exposure to ideas, beliefs and data points is often devoid of competing perspectives. With social discourse that is plagued with polarized politics, filter bubbles and an overemphasis on algorithms, how can we as health care providers navigate the ethical nuances of practice, communication, and the intrinsic biases we hold in order to best care for our patients?
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Accreditation: Activity approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Nursing CE provided by MU Sinclair School of Nursing
MU Center for Health Ethics
MU Sinclair School of Nursing
MU Center for Continuing Medical Education & Physician Lifelong Learning
MU School of Social Work