Time & Location
Jun 30, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:45 AM
About the Event
This year’s Cultural Competency virtual training will take a deep dive into understanding health disparities and the conditions that support health equity for marginalized populations. Participants of this workshop can expect to learn about various factors that act as barriers to actualizing a healthy community. This conference will address the social determinants of health and how structural and individual circumstances affect the populations we serve. Participants can expect to engage in discussions related to combatting health inequities in the larger society and within their various roles as healthcare leaders, practitioners, and front-line workers. This virtual two-day workshop aims to explore multiple dimensions of cultural competency in healthcare and within the workplace.
DATES: June 29, 2:30 – 4:15 and June 30, 10:00 – 11:45.
**in order to receive CNEs, you must attend both days.
Certificates verifying Continuing Nursing Education 3.00 contact hours have been approved for this program provided that:
- Full attendance at both sessions of this virtual program is documented
- Signature and DE/MD Nursing License # are provided on the official sign-in form
- Evaluation form is completed and turned in by each attendee at end of the program.
- Understand the difference between health, health disparity, and health inequity
- Identify the parameters that detract from and or contribute to a healthy community
- Analyze the social determinants of health and health inequities
- Gain knowledge on how to improve the racial, class, and other group differences in health and healthcare
- Determining various approaches to making health equity a strategic priority
- Analyzing various approaches to improving cultural competency in healthcare and within the workplace
Jennifer R. Daniels, MSW
APPAM Equity & Inclusion Fellow, 2020-2021
Representative, Graduate College Council
Ph.D. Candidate|Research Assistant
The Biden School of Public Policy and Administration