The BRIM project is complete.
For information about the results, please see:
Carnes M, Sheridan J, Fine E, Lee YG, Filut A. Effect of a Workshop to Break the Bias Habit for Internal Medicine Faculty: A Multisite Cluster Randomized Controlled Study. Acad Med. 2023;98(10):1211-1219. doi:10.1097/ACM.0000000000005271
Carnes M, Sheridan J, Fine E, Lee YG, Filut A, Topp S. Engaging faculty in a workshop intervention on overcoming the influence of implicit bias. J Clin Transl Sci. 2021;5(1):e135. Published 2021 Jun 8. doi:10.1017/cts.2021.796
For information and questions about the BRIM project, contact WISELI.
Did you know…
… the average cost of losing a faculty member in a department of medicine exceeds $400,000?
… improving departmental climate can increase faculty retention, particularly for female faculty and faculty of color?
… male and female faculty in departments with good climate write more papers and bring in more grant dollars?
… women in more supportive climates experience lower levels of work-to-family conflict, even when working 70 hours per week?
The BRIM Initiative can help improve your departmental climate by addressing implicit bias among faculty members.
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