Thu, 10 Feb|
UNCONSCIOUS DISCRIMINATION and SOCIETAL NORMS: impact on perinatal care.
Moderators: H. Torchin, L. Tréluyer and B. Tosello
Hour and location
10 Feb 2022, 15:00 – 18:00
About the event
'Preferences' or 'implicit cognitive biases' are automatic and unconscious prejudices (on age / ethnicity / gender / socio-economic background, etc.) that can have an impact on the behavior of caregivers.
-Social inequalities in health and differentiated care : Elie Azria, gynecologist-obstetrician, Maternity Saint Joseph, INSERM U1153 (Paris)
- Unconscious discrimination: definitions, how to measure them, how to interpret these tests?Juliette Richetin, psychologist, University of Milan
-Pregnancy monitoring and discrimination: socio-anthropological approach (BIP study): Priscille Sauvegrain, midwife, INSERM U1153 (Paris)
-Societal norms, social representations of caregivers : impact on perinatal interviews: Lionel Dany (psychologist), Marseille