Influence of Bias on Clinical Decision Making (1 CE)

Course Name: Influences of Bias on Clinical Decision Making

Catalog Course # CAT44


This course explores various types of unconscious biases in healthcare, to make providers more self-aware and avoid making errors with clinical decisions. 

This is a 1-hour course.  All lesson quizzes are multiple choice.  There are 4 possible points for this course and consists of 4 questions designed to test knowledge of the lesson, objectives, and section goals.  Students must successfully answer 3 of the 4 questions correctly to receive a completion for that individual section.  Students must attain an overall score of 3 out of 4, which is equivalent to 75% or better to pass the course.  Students will be allowed to retake each section quiz after re-studying the course material for a minimum of 5 minutes.  There are 4 possible points for this course.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

1.    Identify the top 10 unconscious bias types.

2.    Define the difference between the halo and horn effect

3.    Recognize their own bias

4.    Learn strategies to create effective change when making clinical decisions

5.    Implement change in their office/institution to change policy to minimize bias



NVCB #NV26-000

CE Broker# 895211

Price: $20