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Running Head: STEREOTYPING PROBLEM 1 Stereotyping Problem Name: Institution Affiliation Date of Submission
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STEREOTYPING PROBLEM 2 Stereotyping Problem Introduction Stereotyping involves grouping individuals or races together and making conclusions or judgments about them without knowing their background. The most common types of stereotypes include sexual, ethnic, religious, racial, and gender hurtful remarks like for example, saying that all blacks do well in sports is a stereotyping statement. In the workplace, stereotyping is unfair and harmful because it can quickly wreak havoc on motivation or morale of workers which in turn affect their productivity. Furthermore, workers should be aware of population characteristics such as patients’ socioeconomic status because it influences clinical decision- making and quality of healthcare that is provided to them. Healthcare administrators are supposed to conduct investigations to determine whether the problem of stereotyping exists in their facility. The following steps are involved when the
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  • Summer '13
  • momanyi
  • Physician, administrator, long term solution

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