Tag: "prejudice" at medical news

Brain imaging studies investigate pain reduction by hypnosis

... practically, for clinical use, it helps to dispel prejudice about hypnosis as a technique to manage pain because we can show an objective, measurable change in brain activity linked to a reduced perception of pain," he added. In addition to Schulz-Stubner, the research team included Timo Krings, M.D., Ingo Me...

Brain activity reflects complexity of responses to other-race faces

...lion individuals, provides an index of unconscious prejudice against various groups such as elderly, gays, dark-skinned people, the obese, and a wide range of other groups....

Health care treatment differs by race

...ughout the United States. The study contends that prejudice and racial stereotyping among physicians is the most plausible explanation for racial differences in pain treatment. It notes that there was no significant difference among the races in the numbers of referrals for X-rays, MRI tests and CT scans. Ea...

Rapid workplace expansion linked to long-term sickness absence

...d of time that is also being compressed because of prejudice against older workers. And job security? A concept that belongs to a former era.' The editorial concludes: 'What's the solution? Value people over profits? Recognise human capital as paramount? These answers are obvious. But given the high-handed, s...

American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for August 2003 (first issue)

...ndividuals is the last socially acceptable form of prejudice in the United States, according to an article in the American Thoracic Society journal on the management of obesity. One study showed that 63 percent of family practice physicians attributed obesity to a lack of will power, and more than one-third d...

Homeless sexual minorities at greater risk for physical and sexual violence, mental illness

... agencies and groups need to be aware of potential prejudice because this population has been exposed to so much rejection based on their sexual identity. The study was multi-ethnic, with 53 percent of the subjects identifying themselves as white, 19 percent as American Indian or Alaskan native, 18 percent as...

New consent rules may threaten our health

...application of guidelines on confidentiality would prejudice disease surveillance and seriously threaten the health of the general public, doctors report in this weeks BMJ. Surveillance of disease is essential to protect and promote public health. Information from routine patient consultations is used to ident...

Document destruction practices obliterate tobacco company defenses in critical Australian decision

...the trial; 3. The defendants conduct caused severe prejudice to the plaintiff. Justice Eames essentially agreed with each of these points and, on March 22, 2002, issued the order to strike BAT's defenses. The judge took particular note of the conduct of BAT's primary Australian law firm, Clayton Utz, which app...

Violence against women

...treme end of a sliding scale of discrimination and prejudice against women, and must be addressed as a priority by governments if we are to achieve a just world. But first, doctors and other health-care professionals need to face up to the problem and debate a strategy to deal with it-which is the aim of this ...

Racial disparity in lung cancer treatment must be overcome, UCSF specialists assert

...e that bias on the part of physicians--eitherovert prejudice or subconscious perceptions--influences optimum care is "disheartening because we all believe that if our loved ones get cancer, theywill receive the best care possible." They also add that they don't know ifthis bias exists, but "we must strive...

Friends don't influence the prejudices and stereotypes of adolescents

...tudents answered questions measuring five types of prejudice and stereotyping, including prejudice against those with AIDS, blacks, homosexuals, fat people and sex role stereotyping. Each student al...

Showing pictures of admired blacks or elderly can lower levels of unconscious prejudice

...t it also can fostertolerance. Unconscious prejudice towards blacks and the elderly can besignificantly...s of one-third to one-half in levels ofunconscious prejudice that lasted for at least 24 hours, will be reported thisweek at a symposium on the psychology of pre...

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