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Overview:  The Training

Since our inception in 2021, Nevada Cultural Competency has worked to create and provide comprehensive training to medical practitioners, public health professionals, and CBOs in a variety of training formats to foster cultural humility and inclusivity and strengthen equitable and accessible quality care delivery for patients in Nevada. Regardless of the training format, our courses are interactive, comprehensive, and taught by knowledgeable professionals working in the realm of cultural humility. 

Course ID: CT-2021-002.

Our Training Options!

Self-Paced Nevada Cultural Competency Training

Self-Paced Nevada Cultural Competency Training is an asynchronous, self-driven alternative to our training. As soon as you register, you will have access to the training for 30 days and can complete the training from any device at any time. Complete the training on your schedule!

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Train-the-Trainer

Our Train-the-Trainer program offers a timely and cost-effective alternative to our open enrollment option. Health facilities can license our copyrighted materials annually and receive direct training from our staff so that required cultural competency training can be completed and maintained within their own organization. We recommend this option for facilities with 60 or more employees.

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Live Training

If a live presentation (in-person or via Zoom) best fits your facility's needs, contact our team at info@nvculturalcompetency.com to discuss dissemination and presentation options for the training. 

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  • The training is 9 hours in length and was designed to be taught in-person or online using online meeting/webinar platforms;

  • The presentation will meet ADA compliance;

  • Peer-to-peer discussion, video presentations, and other interactive components are incorporated throughout the training;

  • Use of an online format such as Zoom will allow instructors to form small groups to allow for peer-to-peer discussion, private questions to the instructor, and video presentation.

  • The course instructors are knowledgeable and experienced public health advocates of Cultural Humility that meet all requirements set forth by the State Board of Health.

Themes and Topics Covered

  • Introduction

    • ​Introduction, disclaimer, ground rules, and regulations, instructor credentials and experience

  • Cultural Awareness

    • Importance of cultural awareness development, using The Iceberg Model of Culture, cultural bias and awareness with discussion

  • Bias (Explicit and Implicit)

    • Explicit and implicit bias, stereotyping, personal bias tests and mitigation of bias

  • Indirect Discrimination

    • Indirect​ discrimination, recognizing equality and equity, curb-cutting effect

  • Identity & Intersectionality

    • Definition of identity and Intersectionality with steps to address in healthcare

  • Social Determinants of Health

    • Education, socioeconomic status, and adverse childhood experiences, description of topic interconnection, why your zip code matters

  • Race & Ethnicity

    • Race and ethnicity description and comparison, forms/levels of discrimination, racial disparities in healthcare

  • Religion & Spirituality

    • Religion and spirituality comparison, importance in care delivery and how to address, pro-voice mindset, Interfaith cooperation

  • Refugees & Immigrants

    • Definitions and descriptions, current and emergent issues in policy and healthcare, language barriers

  • Gender Bias

    • Aspects of gender, gender disparities, gender bias

  • Gender Identity

    • Gender composition, gender identity and pronouns, SOGI and EHR practices

  • SGM

    • LGBTQIA+ and SGM defined, new vs. outdated terminology, mental and behavioral health disparities

  • Age

    • Ageism and elderspeak ,treatment impairment and steps to address, age disparities, caring for younger populations

  • Disability

    • Forms of disabilities, health disparities in people with disabilities, mental disorders, steps to reduce health disparities and establish rapport

  • Person First Language

    • ​Definition and information on when to use, Implementing person first language with examples

  • Microaggressions

    • Microaggressions, microinsults, microinvalidations, and microassaults, prevention and personal accountability

  • Best Practices

    • Effective communication, rapport, and bedside manner, building rapport with patients and how to practice effective communication, welcoming environment

  • Cultural Humility

    • Cultural competency as a journey and importance in practice, barriers to cultural and personal reflection importance

What participants are saying

" This was a very comprehensive course that was both enjoyable and educational and allowed for engagement and questions. The instructors did a great job presenting the material and staying on topic. "
 
- December Participant
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