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Different Lenses for the Same Story: Examining How Implicit Bias Can Lead Us to Different Clinical Decisions for the “Same” Patient

Theresa E. Shirey, BS; Alanna A. Morris, MD, MSc

Heart failure (HF) is a leading cause of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, with a projected increase in prevalence in the United States from 2.4% to nearly 3% by 2030.1 Although treatment of HF has improved, race/ethnic disparities persist and remain a major concern. For the remainder of the article, click HERE

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