Cultural competence in healthcare | Wikipedia audio article

Cultural competence in healthcare | Wikipedia audio article

Cultural competence in healthcare refers to the ability for healthcare professionals to demonstrate cultural competence toward patients with diverse values, beliefs, and feelings. This process includes consideration of the individual social, cultural, and feelings needs of patients for effective cross-cultural communication with their health care providers. The goal of cultural competence in health care is […]

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A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer McGuire

A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer McGuire

Dr. Jennifer McGuire I am a professor and family social science and an Extension Specialist at the University of Minnesota. I’m so excited this year for the Military Families Learning Network annual conference – Cultural Competency, Awareness, Action and Advocacy. [Narrator] We are excited to have Dr. McGuire presenting a session on Sexual Orientation and […]

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Cultural competence | Wikipedia audio article

Cultural competence | Wikipedia audio article

Intercultural competence is a range of cognitive, affective, and behavioural skills that lead to effective and appropriate communication with people of other cultures. Effective intercultural communication relates to behaviors that culminate with the accomplishment of the desired goals of the interaction and all parties involved in the situation. Appropriate intercultural communication includes behaviors that suit […]

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Prevention in the Mariana Islands: Achieving Cultural Competence in a Small but Diverse Nation

Prevention in the Mariana Islands: Achieving Cultural Competence in a Small but Diverse Nation

Our islands are located fifteen degrees above the equator but we’re one of the farthestmost islands in what’s called Micronesia. The region called Micronesia in Oceania. We are right along the Marianas Trench. And the indigenous peoples, the Chamorro peoples, have been there for four thousand or so years. Substance use and substance abuse is […]

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The PA Fresh Food Financing Initiative: Cultural Competence

The PA Fresh Food Financing Initiative: Cultural Competence

The task force worked to ensure a varied representation of fresh food retailers were given the opportunity to apply for grants and loans. It was very important to us, to all of us, that this program be accessible to a wide array of folks. We wanted to make sure that there was a very diverse […]

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Cultural Proficiency in Drug Court: Screening & Assessment (part 2)

Cultural Proficiency in Drug Court: Screening & Assessment (part 2)

SPEAKER: Thanks for joining today’s training presentation entitled Cultural Proficiency in Drug Court, hosted by Andrew Osborne. This presentation is the second of a three part series entitled Screening and Assessment. Before we get started, I want to give you a few housekeeping items and let you know how you can participate in today’s web […]

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1a_Using Developmental Surveillance as a Culturally Competent Approach

1a_Using Developmental Surveillance as a  Culturally Competent Approach

[ Silence ]>>When you’re working with families from a variety of cultures, what kind of approach do you use to show that you’re open to understanding about their culture and to help them open up to you?>>I listen. And then I think in the beginning I try to see where they’re coming from. What are […]

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Introduction to Culturally Competent Mental Health Practice with Hispanic Clients

Introduction to Culturally Competent Mental Health Practice with Hispanic Clients

My name is Mark Lusk and I’m a professor of Social Work at The University of Texas at El Paso, and for the past 5 years we’ve had a grant with the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health to engage in teaching clinical skills in Spanish and also to teach cultural competency in Social Work and […]

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Webinar: Conducting Culturally Competent Outreach and Enrollment (7/21/15)

Webinar: Conducting Culturally Competent Outreach and Enrollment (7/21/15)

>>Riley Greene Okay. Thank you all so much for your patience there. I hate technical issues. But they happen. So without further ado, we’d love to get started. Thank you all for joining our Connecting Kids to Coverage Webinar on Conducting Culturally Competent Outreach and Enrollment. We have about 275 people signed on right now […]

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