SIG Name: Mental Health SIG
SIG Topic for the event: Identity Development Evolution and Sharing, IDEAS
A Narrative, Cultural Humility Training to Support Equitable Care for Substance Users
SIG organizer(s): Emily Walker, OT, OTR, Allyson Lewis, OT, OTR, Rosa Colorado, OT, OTR
SIG Presenter(s): Emily Walker, OT, OTR
SIG Objectives, at least 3:
By the end of the session, participants will
1.) Have an increased familiarity with the lived experience of substance users.
2.) Examine individual conscious or unconscious biases around substance users.
3.) Recognize how provider conscious/unconscious biases impact care delivery for substance users.
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Wasmuth, S., Pritchard, K., Belkiewitz, J. (In press). Bridging the humanities and healthcare with theatre: Theory and outcomes of a theatre-based model for enhancing psychiatric care via stigma reduction. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.
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