Cultural Competence(50 Matches)
- Nursing Care of the HIV-Infected Inmate: A Monograph Series
Source: Albany Medical Center, Division of HIV Medicine and New York/New Jersey AETC
- BE SAFE: A Cultural Competency Model for Asians and Pacific Islanders
Source: National Minority AETC; Asian ; Pacific Islander Wellness Center, San Francisco, CA and Pacific Islander American Health Forum, San Francisco, CA
- HIV Prevention, Early Intervention, and Health Promotion: A Self-Study Module for Health Care Personnel Serving Native Americans
Date: August 2008
Source: Mountain Plains AETC
- BE SAFE: A Cultural Competency Model for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians Toward the Prevention and Treatment of HIV/AIDS
Source: National Minority AETC
- Prevention and Management of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Men who Have Sex with Men: A Toolkit for Clinicians
Source: Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Division of STD Prevention and Fenway Community Health
- BE SAFE: A Cultural Competency Model for Latinos
Source: National Minority AETC; University of Texas Health Science Center and National Council of La Raza
- BE SAFE: A Cultural Competency Model for African Americans
Source: National Minority AETC
- Clinician's Guide: Working with Native Americans Living with HIV
Source: National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
- Clinician's Guide to Working with Asians and Pacific Islanders Living with HIV
Source: Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center
- Cultural Competence and Multicultural Care Workgroup Training Exchange
Date: September 12, 2006
Source: AETC National Evaluation Center; AETC National Resource Center; Delta Region AETC; Florida/Caribbean AETC; Health Resources and Services Administration; Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center (MATEC); Mountain Plains AETC; National Minority AETC; New England AETC; Northwest AETC; New York/New Jersey AETC; Pacific AETC; Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AETC; Southeast ATEC and Texas/Oklahoma AETC
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