Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Addressing Social and Health Disparities in the American Indian, Asian, and Hispanic and Latino Communities
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date:  August 18, 2010
(2 hours)


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Handouts/Resources

Andrea Cherrington Handouts (8 pages)
Ben Moreira Handouts (8 pages)

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Program Overview
Program faculty will provide a general overview of the American Indian, Asian, and Hispanic and Latino cultures and will address cultural sensitivity issues within these communities.

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Target Audience
Nurses, social workers, healthcare providers, educators, and public health educators.

Contact Hours
None for this program

Contact for Technical Assistance
334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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