Curricula Development

Curricula Development: Developing cultural competence training programs and courses of study in any setting.

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LanguageMate

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Our transdisciplinary team develops tools that address challenges throughout the care delivery continuum, including patient-provider communication, workflow management, and outreach to vulnerable populations. A significant section of the healthcare workforce is involved in communication with patients and the public on a daily basis.

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Mexican Indigenous Languages

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We get some great questions and responses in our CLAStalk email discussion list and occasionally we share them here with the permission of the authors. These have been edited for brevity, privacy, and clarity.

 

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New York University Culture and Psychiatry Curriculum

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In 2008, NYU piloted a new required course with 14 one hour meetings devoted to culture and psychiatry for third year psychiatry residents. This curriculum was informed by a study sponsored by the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry's Cultural Committee, as well as the American Psychiatric Association/Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Minority Fellowship Program.

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How to Work Effectively with Trained Interpreters: A Training for Physicians, Residents and Medical Students

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This toolkit contains resources for either a 1-hour or 2-hour classroom training for health care professionals. The goal of the training is to improve the participant’s communication with patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) by learning techniques for working effectively with interpreters.

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Curricula Enhancement Module Series

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Developed for the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, this curricula enhancement module series was designed to increase the capacity of human service organizations to incorporate principles and practices of cultural and linguistic competence into all aspects of their leadership training.

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Blueprint for Teaching Cultural Competence in Physical Therapy Education

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This Blueprint for Teaching Cultural Competence in Physical Therapy Education is intended as a guide to assure that core knowledge, attitudes, and skills specific to developing cultural competence are being addressed in physical therapy education programs.

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BARNGA: A Simulation Game on Cultural Clashes

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BARNGA is a well-known simulation game on cultural clashes. Participants experience the shock of realizing that despite their good intentions and the many similarities among them, people interpret things differently from one another in profound ways, especially people from differing cultures.

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Curriculum in Ethnogeriatrics

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With support from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Stanford Geriatric Education Center has developed these modules to serve as a basic generic curriculum in ethnogeriatrics.

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