Come explore why:
● Students may not be effective in cultural humility or creating a culturally safe practice until they understand their role in issues of social power and dominant social norms.
● Incorporating an in-depth exploration of the impacts of racism, power, and privilege as social determinants of health is a challenging but necessary component of cultural competency training for all health care practitioners.
● A lengthy primer may be necessary to orient students to racism, power, and privilege in US society and how these impact health and the provider-patient relationship.
● Faculty must be well equipped to address social differences that inevitably arise in the classroom.
Presenters published on this topic in the Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health (Nov 2016).
This course has been approved by MEAC for 1.5 hours of continuing education. The MEAC approval number for this course is M1819-85- 0811DE, and this approval is current through July 18, 2021.
- Incorporating Antiracism Coursework Into a Cultural Competency Curriculum
- MEAC Evaluation Questions
- Link to Post-Test and MEAC CE Certificate
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