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States tackle health disparities with implicit bias training for healthcare workers

As of this month, all applicants seeking their initial physician licensure in Massachusetts or applying for license renewal through the state's Board of Registration in Medicine (BORIM) must complete training on implicit bias. Massachusetts joins several other states that already require similar training for healthcare workers.

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