Poster on the interdisciplinary Cultural Humility and Competence course taught at the Jefferson School of Population Health for the past several years.
Overall Course Aim:
Why a multi-disciplinary cultural humility competence course?
An in-depth and advanced understanding of cultural diversity, health inequities and cultural competence in inter-professional health and human service delivery and administration. Facilitate development of cultural competence and humility in one's self, colleagues and the work environment and its application to practice.
Recommended CitationSimmons, Rob DrPh,MPH,CHES; Chernett, MPH, Nancy L.; Yuen, PhD, Elaine; and Toth-Cohen, PhD, OTR/L, Susan, "Teaching Cultural Humility and Competence: A Multi-disciplinary Course for Public Health and Health Services Students" (2012). College of Population Health Lectures, Presentations, Workshops. Poster 26.