Implicit Bias Virtual Training


This training will provide a foundational understanding of implicit biases, its impact on healthcare, barriers it may cause in providing equitable care, and strategies healthcare providers can utilize to increase individual and systemic awareness and interventions.


Registration open until July 19, 2022

General Registration: Use “REGISTER NOW” button above!

Pine Rest & MSU Staff Registration


  • Participants will be able to identify individual and systemic barriers to health care services.
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one strategy to increase self-awareness into implicit biases.
  • Participants will explore at least three tools to improve culturally sensitive care with diverse populations.


  • Diana Ro, PsyD

    Dr. Diana Ro provides therapy and psychological testing to children, adolescents, and adults. She earned her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. She has practiced in outpatient, residential, and inpatient settings. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion, specifically racial identity, LGBTQ+ populations, social justice, and advocacy. She provides consultation and educational talks on implicit bias and microaggressions. She is a member of the Michigan Psychological Association Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Responsibility Committee.
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