Familias en Acción has a variety of training opportunities for healthcare professionals. These courses give participants an important grounding in culturally sensitive issues that can airse in every interaction with patients and families. The result will help you and your organization better serve your Latino patients and their families leading to improved health outcomes.
Culturally Competent Care of Latinos
In-Person Training for Healthcare Professionals
(4 CE Hours Available)
- Strategies for building patient engagement
- Culturally appropriate chronic disease management
- Integrating community health workers and patient navigators into care coordination
- Didactic and interactive training with group discussion of case studies
- Continuing Education Hours available
- Module 1: Latinos and Care
- Module 2: Building a Cross Cultural Relationship
- Module 3: Patient Centered Care for your Latino Patients
- Module 4: Difficult Discussions with your Latino Patients
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To register for this course or to gather more information, please contact: Gail Brownmiller at 503-201-9865 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Culturally Competent Palliative Care of Latinos
Online Training for Healthcare Professionals
(12 CE Hours Available)
This is Latino cultural competence training, yes. But it’s so much more. Familias en Acción developed this short, four-week online course that gives participants an important grounding in culturally sensitive issues that can arise in every interaction with patients and families served by hospice and palliative care. The result? Patients and families can be offered palliative care in ways that they understand and that support their family and cultural values. And in the end, this understanding will help you and your organization do a better job of reaching all those who need your care.
To learn more and register for this training please visit: The California State University Institute for Palliative Care