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Practice in Action Seminar Series

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE HEALTHCARE:CRITICAL CONCEPTS AND STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE LINKAGE, ENGAGEMENT AND RETENTION IN CARE
 
Tuesday October 4, 2016
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Hill Student Center
Alumni Theatre
 
Debbie Cestaro-Seifer, MS, RN
Education and Training Specialist
North Florida AIDS Education Center
University of Florida College of Medicine
Division of ID & Global Medicine
 
Learning Objectives:
  • List 3 ways that healthcare team members can provide culturally relevant care to patients in healthcare settings.
  • Discuss how providing culturally responsive care can positively impact the lives of individuals living with chronic disease.
  • Explain the concept continuum of care and discuss how this model is used to inform healthcare professionals about the health of their patients and communities.
  • Describe one culturally relevant strategy for each stage of the HIV continuum of care that can improve the health status of individuals living with HIV.
Nursing CEUs:  The Deep South Center for OH&S is an approved provider of continuing education units for nurses by the AL Board of Nursing (Provider ABNP0420 Expiration Date 01/03/2019) and has awarded this program 1.0 contact hours.
 
A light lunch will be provided while supplies last.
 
Brought to you by the UAB Department of Social Work, the Office of Public Health Practice in the UAB School of Public Health, the Public Health Student Association, and the Deep South Center for Occupational Health and Safety.

 

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