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Culture & Race in Healthcare: It’s Time to Re-Imagine & Re-Engage in Health Equity

Systemic racism is a public health crisis. 

There has been a call from our patients, co-workers, neighbors and friends for awareness and action.  As health care providers we’ll answer that call in our hospitals, clinics and colleges.  We’ll venture into the world’s biggest hurdle - coming to grips with inequities in health and care. 

Beth Lincoln, MSN, NP, RN, CTN-A, is a Certified Transcultural Nurse – Advanced, a Women & Family Nurse Practitioner and leading expert into culture and race.  She is eager to share from her vast experiences and knowledge.  She will inspire your own cultural competence through the delivery of sensitive and effective health care.

Through this intense training, you will discover creative strategies to gain awareness, competence and confidence to address the needs of our most vulnerable populations. Self-reflect to discover your own history, culture, beliefs/values, assumptions and biases.  As open and honest conversations take place, we can demonstrate greater compassion for one another that ultimately contribute to a broader transformation within our healthcare systems.

By embracing cultural and racial awareness, common ground will be established.  Inclusive and equitable environments will then give way. Ms. Lincoln encourages each of us to celebrate every individual, as a unique opportunity to share the colorful history we all represent.  A rich fabric unfolds as we weave our diverse strands together.  Only together can we seek to deliver equitable healthcare – to all.

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Assess the ramifications of implicit bias, prejudice, racism, and discrimination on health and well-being.
  2. Evaluate the effect of microaggressions on patients/colleagues and strategies to address.
  3. Develop steps organizations can take to address systemic racism in hiring policies, departmental practices, orientation programs and annual evaluations.
  4. Determine root causes of health disparities and ethnicity.
  5. Differentiate cultural awareness, competence and humility.
  6. Create an event analysis to explore varying views of an interaction with patient, family, or colleague.
  7. Analyze stressors of minority groups and nurses recruited from outside of the United States.
  8. Evaluate diverse cultural responses to conflict.
  9. Differentiate the learning needs, literacy assessment and cultural preferences for those receiving health education.

Outline

Implicit Bias & Health Inequities ~ A New Discussion

Cultural Humility ~ A Fresh Perspective

Workplace Diversity ~ A Voice at the Table

Putting it into Practice ~ Ensuring Equitable Care

Copyright : 03/24/2021

Assessment and Treatment Techniques for Trauma Rooted in Racism

The trauma of racism is real, and it leaves many clients with the classic symptoms of PTSD.

Join racial trauma expert Dr. Monnica Williams and change the way you work with racism and race-based experiences in therapy as she gives you the tools you need to help clients name, express, and heal from racial trauma!!

Whether you’ve never felt the traumatic wounds of racism, or have experienced racial trauma firsthand, this program will empower you to validate your clients’ pain and offer real clinical solutions.

This fiercely honest 3-hour training will provide you with: 

Don’t let racial trauma go unidentified or risk clients failing to fully recover because you don’t have the clinical guidance you need!  

Purchase today, get the skills and techniques to work with racial trauma, and be prepared to move clients toward a better tomorrow! 

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Objectives

  1. Assess the clinical implications of racial experiences leading to trauma symptomology.
  2. Evaluate how historical, cultural, and individual trauma may or may not fit into a DSM-5 framework.
  3. Employ interventions that address traumatic experiences with racism in trauma treatment sessions.

Outline

Racial Trauma Assessment:

Clinical Techniques:
Practical Interventions for Addressing Racial Trauma in Treatment
Growth as a Therapist:
Become More Comfortable Working with Issues Related to Race

Copyright : 08/27/2020

Trauma-Informed Responses to Racial Injustice

Do these racially-charged times leave you and your clients asking: Am I safe? Do I belong? Is your heightened sensitivity toward the racially-charged social and political climate holding you back from robustly treating your clients struggling with racial injustice?

Gain the confidence, cultural competency and trauma interventions to empower your most vulnerable clients! Watch Dr. Charissa D. Pizarro a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of clinical experience working with diverse clinical populations on trauma and adjustment disorders in addition to extensive research and policy experience on immigration.

You will gain immeasurable insight from Dr. Pizarro on how to address diverse populations AND practical, step-by-step recommendations and resources in providing tactical solutions for your clients facing deportation, violence, family separation, or meeting their basic needs. Upon completing of this seminar, you will enhance your toolbox with:

Purchase today and take the incredible step toward empowering yourself and your clients!

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Conduct a self-appraisal of cultural competence and cultural humility to raise self-awareness about your own values, biases and privileges and how they can affect your clinical work.
  2. Assess specific risks and exposures immigrants face before and after entering the U.S. and how they can impact mental health.
  3. Develop culturally sensitive treatment plans for working with immigrant populations that account for differences in languages, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, religions, and other factors.
  4. Apply concrete and feasible strategies for assisting immigrant clients with advocacy, health and other direct service needs.
  5. Utilize culturally sensitive coping skills exercises and psychoeducation to reduce fear and anxiety.
  6. Apply trauma-informed practices from play therapy and sandtray therapy to assist immigrant children and families in telling their story.

Outline

Keys to Cultural Humility

The “Journey Story” for Foreign Nationals & Immigrants Appraising Unique Challenges of Foreign Nationals Trauma-Informed Interventions for Foreign Nationals Practical Tools for Advocacy, Basic Needs and Direct Services Culturally Sensitive Treatment Plans Trauma-Informed Interventions for Children Interventions for the Family Unit

Research, Treatment Risks and Limitations

Copyright : 05/18/2021