Health care providers must become culturally competent in their knowledge, development and implementation of practices informed by differing cultures, beliefs and attitudes. Understanding the social needs of patients and the community at-large is critical in ensuring positive health outcomes, particularly for at-risk populations.
- Learn about health factors that contribute to the need for cultural competence in the health care workforce
- Identify barriers and challenges in developing and sustaining a culturally competent environment
- Understand the principles and best practices to develop a culturally competent health care workforce.
This activity is valid for the following credits: CHHR (1), SHRM (1), HRCI (1)