Emergency medicine is not unique in suffering from lack of diversity in the workforce, particularly at senior levels. However, there is strong evidence that student and faculty evaluations, which are generally used for recruitment and promotion, exhibit implicit racial and gender bias. Without confronting this bias, we cannot create an environment that recruits, retains, and promotes a diverse workforce in emergency medicine. This didactic will address the issue of implicit bias in residency evaluations. This interactive session is designed for students and faculty, as both groups are frequently asked to evaluate peers, trainees, and mentors. The session will incorporate large group discussions, as well as small group breakouts to identify examples of implicit bias in evaluations, highlight specific examples of implicit bias in medical professional evaluations, and generate a toolkit for best practices in performing evaluations with minimal bias.