Implicit bias toward cervical cancer: Provider and training differences.


Department of Psychology, University of Arizona, USA. Electronic address: [Email]


Implicit prejudice and stereotyping may exist in health care providers automatically without their awareness. These biases can correlate with outcomes that are consequential for the patient. This study examined gynecologic oncology care providers' implicit prejudice and stereotyping toward cervical cancer.


Cervical cancer,Cultural competency,Implicit bias,