Elimination of Bias in Relation to Opioids (Retired)

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“Bias”: a negative prejudice against an individual or a position, or predisposition? The opioid epidemic has brought the question of bias to the forefront. The goal is a balanced view of the opioid epidemic relative to healthcare and employment law.

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Event Details

Course Type

Course Instructor

Rachel V. Rose, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

Elimination of Bias Credits

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Course Description

The term “bias” typically conjures up a negative definition. Many individuals define “bias” as prejudicing against an individual or a position. But, another definition to consider is predisposition. The opioid epidemic has brought the question of bias to the forefront. Hence, the goal of this presentation is for participants to come away with a balanced view of the opioid epidemic in relation to the fields of healthcare and employment law.

Principles

  • Understand the opioid epidemic, including recent cases and enforcement actions.
  • Consider what bias is and why it may be necessary in certain situations.
  • Discern between prejudice and predisposition, in relation to the risks that opioids present in.

Syllabus

  1. Definitions of bias, prejudice
  2. Overview of the opioids
  3. Opioid MDL Update
  4. Impact of opioids in different areas of healthcare
  5. Employment law ramifications of opioids

Instructor

Rachel V. Rose, Esq.