Remedying Implicit Bias in Maternity Care

In this podcast, we discuss the benefits of March of Dimes’s implicit bias training program titled, Breaking through Implicit Bias in Maternal Health Care. Joining Priya Bathija, Vice President of AHA’s Strategic Initiatives is Chief Medical & Health Officer, Senior Vice President, and Interim Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Rahul Gupta and AHA’s CNO and AONL’s CEO Robyn Begley.


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