Your learning continues with Track 2
This layered program will have you:
- Explore the concepts of stigma, bodily sovereignty and partnership with the patient that acknowledges the bodies in the room.
- Identify what ACEs and trauma are, and how they can impact a person’s ability to manage their blood sugar.
- Learn ways common trauma presents, and how to recognize it in your clients.
- Identify ways resilience can be grown to help your clients overcome the pitfalls associated with ACEs and trauma.
- How does weight stigma and bias enter the research process? Learn to critique studies whose findings might have been affected by weight stigma, by identifying common sources of weight bias in the research process.
- How can discussion of stigma, hatred and the harm they cause become part of health promotion?
- Understand common sources of weight bias at the theoretical research design phases of research.
- Understand common sources of weight bias at the interpretation, publishing, and dissemination phase of research.
- Critically review published research for potential weight bias.
- How can stigmatizing concepts be reframed using neutral language?
- How is bias and constructs of racism affecting the health equity of Bipoc communities?
- What is cultural sensitivity in health outcomes?
- What actions are necessary in changing our current food system to more fair and just for those needing it the most?
Wrap up this track by joining your private online group, deepen your understanding by completing the HAES reflections, course quiz, and evaluation.