Guiding Principles for Cultural Competency
Published Date: 10/2006
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; AETC National Multicultural Center; New England AETC; Northwest AETC; New York/New Jersey AETC; Pacific AETC; Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AETC; Southeast ATEC and Texas/Oklahoma AETC
Author: Members of the AETC Cultural Competence and Multicultural Care Workgroup
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Developed to assist AETC faculty, providers, and administrators when addressing health disparities and cultural competency within their healthcare setting. This tool includes an overview of terminology, common concepts and themes in definitions of cultural competency, frameworks for culture, frameworks for cultural interactions when caring for people infected with HIV, and definitions of cultural competence.
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