How is physicians’ implicit prejudice against the obese and mentally ill moderated by specialty?

How is physicians’ implicit prejudice against the obese and mentally ill moderated by specialty and experience?



Background

Implicit prejudice can lead to disparities in treatment. The effects of specialty and experience on implicit obesity and mental illness prejudice had not been explored. The main objective was to examine how specializing in psychiatry/general medicine and years of experience moderated implicit obesity and mental illness prejudice among Swiss physicians. Secondary outcomes included examining the malleability of implicit bias via two video interventions and a condition of cognitive load, correlations of implicit bias with responses to a clinical vignette, and correlations with explicit prejudice.


Read more on the original article : https://bmcmedethics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12910-022-00815-7



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I am Matrika Devkota and I hail from Nepal. As a person with lived experience of mental health conditions and a suicide survivor, I have personally borne the impacts of stigma, prejudice, misconceptio