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In the corporate world, the project is a fundamental building block. Each project in which a company engages is unique, and fulfills an individual or corporate goal. And each project comprises a series of...
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In the corporate world, the project is a fundamental building block. Each project in which a company engages is unique, and fulfills an individual or corporate goal. And each project comprises a series of related tasks that culminate in a project deliverable. Microsoft Office Project 2007 is a comprehensive tool for project managers responsible for the overall design of projects, enabling them to engage in task assignment and management, resource allocation, costs, and budget control in an easy and intuitive way. Microsoft Office Project 2007 also enables the collection and sharing of project progress information with a project's team members and stakeholders. This course outlines the basics of project management, and shows how to create – and manage – a new project using Microsoft Office Project 2007.
In the corporate world, the project is a fundamental building block. Each project in which a company engages is unique, and fulfills an individual or corporate goal. And each project comprises a series of related tasks that culminate in a project deliverable. Microsoft Office Project 2007 is a comprehensive tool for project managers responsible for the overall design of projects, enabling them to engage in task assignment and management, resource allocation, costs, and budget control in an easy and intuitive way. Microsoft Office Project 2007 also enables the collection and sharing of project progress information with a project's team members and stakeholders. This course outlines the basics of project management, and shows how to create – and manage – a new project using Microsoft Office Project 2007.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Having analyzed and improved your processes to the desired level in a Six Sigma DMAIC project, you need to monitor and control them over an extended period of time. SPC tools such as control charts are used...
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Having analyzed and improved your processes to the desired level in a Six Sigma DMAIC project, you need to monitor and control them over an extended period of time. SPC tools such as control charts are used to determine if the process is stable. This course teaches methods for identifying, selecting, creating, and interpreting control charts for variables and attributes data. The course also explains how you can recognize when a process has become unstable and is out of control. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certification and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
Having analyzed and improved your processes to the desired level in a Six Sigma DMAIC project, you need to monitor and control them over an extended period of time. SPC tools such as control charts are used to determine if the process is stable. This course teaches methods for identifying, selecting, creating, and interpreting control charts for variables and attributes data. The course also explains how you can recognize when a process has become unstable and is out of control. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certification and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
This CEU course outlines how to create child and adolescent fair courtrooms and addresses issues such as: who would be a good support person for a young child who has to testify; are therapy animals allowed...
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This CEU course outlines how to create child and adolescent fair courtrooms and addresses issues such as: who would be a good support person for a young child who has to testify; are therapy animals allowed as comfort items for a child who is afraid of testifying in court; can a courtroom set-up be physically altered; how to make the oath more meaningful for the children who testify; can the judge order the attorneys to speak and behave in a certain way around children; and how to help a child that is experiencing difficulty in the courtroom.
This CEU course outlines how to create child and adolescent fair courtrooms and addresses issues such as: who would be a good support person for a young child who has to testify; are therapy animals allowed as comfort items for a child who is afraid of testifying in court; can a courtroom set-up be physically altered; how to make the oath more meaningful for the children who testify; can the judge order the attorneys to speak and behave in a certain way around children; and how to help a child that is experiencing difficulty in the courtroom.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
With PowerPoint 2007, creating customized slide shows has never been easier. This course shows you how to create custom slide shows that meet your differing audiences' needs. You will learn how to create...
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With PowerPoint 2007, creating customized slide shows has never been easier. This course shows you how to create custom slide shows that meet your differing audiences' needs. You will learn how to create self-running presentations, how to annotate your presentation while it's running, and how to use Presenter View so that you see one thing while your audience sees another.
With PowerPoint 2007, creating customized slide shows has never been easier. This course shows you how to create custom slide shows that meet your differing audiences' needs. You will learn how to create self-running presentations, how to annotate your presentation while it's running, and how to use Presenter View so that you see one thing while your audience sees another.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 helps you expand your creativity by enabling you to customize and share a wide range of personal and business publications to suit both home and office requirements. You can...
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Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 helps you expand your creativity by enabling you to customize and share a wide range of personal and business publications to suit both home and office requirements. You can use this application to quickly create and personalize professional-looking publications such as newsletters and flyers. This course explores the wide range of available templates and the creating, editing, printing, and publishing tools at your disposal. It also introduces the new features of Microsoft Publisher 2007, and delves into redesigned and enhanced familiar features.
Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 helps you expand your creativity by enabling you to customize and share a wide range of personal and business publications to suit both home and office requirements. You can use this application to quickly create and personalize professional-looking publications such as newsletters and flyers. This course explores the wide range of available templates and the creating, editing, printing, and publishing tools at your disposal. It also introduces the new features of Microsoft Publisher 2007, and delves into redesigned and enhanced familiar features.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Microsoft Visio 2007 is a powerful diagramming software that enables you to create different types of diagrams and work environments. This course shows how Visio 2007 has predefined templates and stencils...
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Microsoft Visio 2007 is a powerful diagramming software that enables you to create different types of diagrams and work environments. This course shows how Visio 2007 has predefined templates and stencils that enable you to create diagrams quickly and efficiently; along with the Visio Help features that allow you to tap into the vast knowledge base both within the help files and online through the Microsoft knowledge base. Once the diagrams have been created, this course demonstrates how to manipulate the shapes and connectors before saving and printing them.
Microsoft Visio 2007 is a powerful diagramming software that enables you to create different types of diagrams and work environments. This course shows how Visio 2007 has predefined templates and stencils that enable you to create diagrams quickly and efficiently; along with the Visio Help features that allow you to tap into the vast knowledge base both within the help files and online through the Microsoft knowledge base. Once the diagrams have been created, this course demonstrates how to manipulate the shapes and connectors before saving and printing them.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Creativity isn't reserved for authors, painters, and filmmakers. It's an essential trait for every business professional who wants to maximize resources and discover opportunities. This Challenge Series...
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Creativity isn't reserved for authors, painters, and filmmakers. It's an essential trait for every business professional who wants to maximize resources and discover opportunities. This Challenge Series exercise explores the skills and practices needed to be a creative force. The learner plays the role of a product development team member for an automotive diagnostic equipment company.
Creativity isn't reserved for authors, painters, and filmmakers. It's an essential trait for every business professional who wants to maximize resources and discover opportunities. This Challenge Series exercise explores the skills and practices needed to be a creative force. The learner plays the role of a product development team member for an automotive diagnostic equipment company.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
This course summarizes the evidence base on the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different types of crisis services and then presents case studies of different approaches that states are using...
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This course summarizes the evidence base on the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different types of crisis services and then presents case studies of different approaches that states are using to coordinate consolidate and blend fund sources in order to provide robust crisis services.
This course summarizes the evidence base on the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different types of crisis services and then presents case studies of different approaches that states are using to coordinate consolidate and blend fund sources in order to provide robust crisis services.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This course is the first in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents. •Maintain...
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This course is the first in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents. •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care. This first course focuses on background and theory, including legal and clinical implications of providing culturally competent care. The second course in the series (Cultural Competence: Providing Culturally Competent Care) focuses on specific clinical best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner.
This course is the first in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents. •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care. This first course focuses on background and theory, including legal and clinical implications of providing culturally competent care. The second course in the series (Cultural Competence: Providing Culturally Competent Care) focuses on specific clinical best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner.
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Produced by: HealthStream
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are...
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The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
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Produced by: HealthStream
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are...
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The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course is the first in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents. •Maintain...
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This course is the first in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents. •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care. This first course focuses on background and theory, including legal and clinical implications of providing culturally competent care. The second course in the series (Cultural Competence: Providing Culturally Competent Care) focuses on specific clinical best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner.
This course is the first in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents. •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care. This first course focuses on background and theory, including legal and clinical implications of providing culturally competent care. The second course in the series (Cultural Competence: Providing Culturally Competent Care) focuses on specific clinical best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner.
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Produced by: HealthStream
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are...
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The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
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Produced by: HealthStream
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are...
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The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
The United States is culturally diverse: •Nearly 40 million Americans were born outside of the United States. •Fifty-five million Americans do not speak English at home. •At least 350 different languages are spoken in the United States. Healthcare providers will see patients from many backgrounds. Learning about how to give culturally competent care will allow you to: •Optimize your care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the first course in a two-part series on cultural competence.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course is the second in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents •Maintain...
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This course is the second in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care This second course in the series focuses on best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 of the series (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
This course is the second in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care This second course in the series focuses on best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 of the series (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
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Produced by: HealthStream
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills...
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In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
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Produced by: HealthStream
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills...
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In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course is the second in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents •Maintain...
[READ MORE]
This course is the second in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care This second course in the series focuses on best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 of the series (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
This course is the second in a two-part series designed to teach you the key elements of cultural competence, as a starting point for you to: •Optimize your care and services for all residents •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations related to the delivery of culturally competent medical care This second course in the series focuses on best practices for delivering medical care and services in a culturally competent manner. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 of the series (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
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Produced by: HealthStream
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills...
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In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
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Produced by: HealthStream
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills...
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In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
In the healthcare setting, cultural competence refers to the ability to provide appropriate and effective care to members of various cultural groups. This ability rests on a set of •Attitudes •Skills •Policies •Practices It is important for providers and organizations to understand and communicate with their patients on an in-depth level. Providing culturally competent care will allow you to: •Provide optimal care for all patients •Maintain compliance with laws and recommendations This is the second course in a series. To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of the information presented in Part 1 (Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits).
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Produced by: HealthStream
The Cultural Competency Exam is part of the "Core Competency" exam series. Topics covered in this exam include recognizing other’s belief systems, recognizing one’s own belief system, perceptions of illness,...
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The Cultural Competency Exam is part of the "Core Competency" exam series. Topics covered in this exam include recognizing other’s belief systems, recognizing one’s own belief system, perceptions of illness, treatment, and death, and the use of an interpreter.
The Cultural Competency Exam is part of the "Core Competency" exam series. Topics covered in this exam include recognizing other’s belief systems, recognizing one’s own belief system, perceptions of illness, treatment, and death, and the use of an interpreter.
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
This course is based upon a guide that was written for counselors treating clients from Latino cultures. It's purpose is to help counselors and therapists improve their skills in response to treatment...
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This course is based upon a guide that was written for counselors treating clients from Latino cultures. It's purpose is to help counselors and therapists improve their skills in response to treatment challenges working with Latinos. The approach taken is to highlight key similarities and differences in cultural beliefs attitudes and practices commonly seen among Latino clients.
This course is based upon a guide that was written for counselors treating clients from Latino cultures. It's purpose is to help counselors and therapists improve their skills in response to treatment challenges working with Latinos. The approach taken is to highlight key similarities and differences in cultural beliefs attitudes and practices commonly seen among Latino clients.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This CE course describes the adaptations and refinements undertaken by grantees to make their services more culturally responsive. The adaptations include addressing issues of language diversity racism and...
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This CE course describes the adaptations and refinements undertaken by grantees to make their services more culturally responsive. The adaptations include addressing issues of language diversity racism and immigration and incorporating cultural constructs like familismo confianza personalismo and respeto. Improvements to recruitment retention overall participation and effectiveness of important interventions comes from making appropriate program adaptations by addressing backgrounds and life circumstances of people of different cultural racial ethnic or socio-economic backgrounds as addressed throughout this course.
This CE course describes the adaptations and refinements undertaken by grantees to make their services more culturally responsive. The adaptations include addressing issues of language diversity racism and immigration and incorporating cultural constructs like familismo confianza personalismo and respeto. Improvements to recruitment retention overall participation and effectiveness of important interventions comes from making appropriate program adaptations by addressing backgrounds and life circumstances of people of different cultural racial ethnic or socio-economic backgrounds as addressed throughout this course.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Note: This course was extracted from SAMHSA's (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Treatment Improvement Protocol Manual #59 Improving Cultural Competence. Please refer to the original...
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Note: This course was extracted from SAMHSA's (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Treatment Improvement Protocol Manual #59 Improving Cultural Competence. Please refer to the original manual for references and appendices. This course provides information on: engaging clients; familiarizing clients and their families with treatment and evaluation processes; endorsing collaboration in interviews assessments and treatment planning; integrating culturally relevant information and themes; gathering culturally relevant collateral information; selecting culturally appropriate screening and assessment tools; determining readiness and motivation for change; providing culturally responsive case management; and incorporating cultural factors into treatment planning
Note: This course was extracted from SAMHSA's (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Treatment Improvement Protocol Manual #59 Improving Cultural Competence. Please refer to the original manual for references and appendices. This course provides information on: engaging clients; familiarizing clients and their families with treatment and evaluation processes; endorsing collaboration in interviews assessments and treatment planning; integrating culturally relevant information and themes; gathering culturally relevant collateral information; selecting culturally appropriate screening and assessment tools; determining readiness and motivation for change; providing culturally responsive case management; and incorporating cultural factors into treatment planning
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Extracted from a guide created by the National Center on Trauma-Informed Care as a technical assistance document to help make trauma-informed peer support available to women who receive or have received...
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Extracted from a guide created by the National Center on Trauma-Informed Care as a technical assistance document to help make trauma-informed peer support available to women who receive or have received services in behavioral health or other human service systems. This course provides basic information about how cultural considerations impact the meaning a person makes of their experiences and can affect both the experiences of trauma and the development of peer support relationships. This course also explores how assumptions about others can affect peer support and how services sometimes fail women of color refugees and immigrants people who live in rural areas and women viewed as "different" because of sexual orientation religion or other cultural factors.
Extracted from a guide created by the National Center on Trauma-Informed Care as a technical assistance document to help make trauma-informed peer support available to women who receive or have received services in behavioral health or other human service systems. This course provides basic information about how cultural considerations impact the meaning a person makes of their experiences and can affect both the experiences of trauma and the development of peer support relationships. This course also explores how assumptions about others can affect peer support and how services sometimes fail women of color refugees and immigrants people who live in rural areas and women viewed as "different" because of sexual orientation religion or other cultural factors.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education