Learning and Training Solutions
COVID Black provides engaging high-quality content, grab-and-go digital content, creative collaboration tools, and practical professional learning resources that provide academic institutions, healthcare organizations and Black communities with what they need to equip educators, students, and healthcare professionals with the resources and tools to teach and learn about health disparities and health equity that impact Black communities.
Scientific Racism & Health Disparities
This module covers the historical scientific foundations of race and human variation, the past and present use of science to justify racism, the potential and harmful results of social biases in the scientific method, and the misuse of biased science as objective truth. It provides healthcare practitioners with the skills to identify the history of systemic differences in health and wellness that are actionable, unfair, and unjust.Contact Us
Race, Data, Health & Power
This module lays the foundation of the relationship between race, data, health, and power. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to critically analyze the collection and analysis of data in the healthcare industry in order to gain insights and support decision-making on racial health disparities.Contact Us
Race, Pain and Medicine
This module covers the historically-based perception that pain threshold is connected to racial identity. It provides healthcare practitioners with the skills necessary to identify the historical origin of racial stereotypes about pain and apply this knowledge to avoid medical stereotyping pain in their patients.Contact Us
COVID Black’s data visualizations drill down to provide a more nuanced analysis of a view of Black health in the United States. They offer assistance to healthcare providers who care for Black communities and students and teachers at academic and educational institutions who seek to learn about issues that impact Black health and wellness.
COVID Black’s infographics are graphic visual representations of Black health information and data that are intended to present information quickly and clearly to healthcare professionals, students, educations and Black communities.
COVID Black’s regularly publishes pieces the focus on the intersection between, Black health data, information, the humanities, health disparities, and health equity.