Tag Archives: Culture

Faith-Based Resources

Siobhan Champ Blackwell, creator of the BHIC Blog has gathered this list of resources.   Dictionary of Patients’ Spiritual & Cultural Values for Health Care Professionals http://bit.ly/efWg2G This Dictionary is a guide that is meant to describe beliefs and practices … Continue reading

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Mining the Web: Useful Internet Resources on Health, Culture and Diversity

I attended a great webinar last week, sponsored by Diversity Rx.   Siobhan Champ Blackwell, one of the presenters, just posted the following on the BHIC Blog.   http://www.diversityrx.org/events/webinar12 “For newcomers and experts in the field of cross cultural health care, … Continue reading

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Mining the Web: Useful Internet Resources on Health, Culture and Diversity

DiversityRx ‘Your Voice’ Webinar Series: Mining the web: Useful internet resources on health, culture and diversity Tuesday, November 16, 1pm EST / Noon CST / 11 am MST / 10am PST Free registration online: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/402142195 Description: For newcomers and experts … Continue reading

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Cultural Competency in Medical Assistants -Video

The following announcement was posted on the CLAStalk-list by  Jeffrey M. Ring, Ph..D.   Attached you will find two free streaming videos on enhancing culturally responsive care globally, and with a specific focus on the role of medical assistants.  This … Continue reading

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HHS ODPHP: free WEBINAR SERIES on HealthLiteracy – Nov 3 Why Culture Makes a Difference

The following was posted on the HealthLiteracy Blog. The Webinar series  announced below is for anyone in federal government, state, educators, cooperative extension, grantees, etc and local communities.   Participants can sign up for one or all 3 (1-hour each) webinars.  … Continue reading

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