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Inclusion Academy – Culturally Responsive Care: Not What I Meant: The impact of language choice in patient care and ways of communicating respectfully in a multicultural world


Dr. Pamela Hays, will present a framework for understanding cultural influences related to several dimensions of diversity. Why any commonly used phrases and terms can be offensive? This session will offer respectful alternatives aimed at building positive connections with diverse patients. Dr. Hays is a popular national presenter who provides workshops and trainings for mental […]

Inclusion Academy – Dimensions of Diversity: Infant mortality for Black/ African American women


Join us for a conversation with Dr. Margaret Larkins-Pettigrew on the continual trend of infant mortality for black mothers and birthing people in U.S. The presentation will explore the root cause of black mortality and discuss effective collaborative intervention to reduce black infant death.  Dr. Margaret Larkins-Pettigrew. Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew is a Physician Healthcare Strategist and […]

Inclusion Academy – Culturally Responsive Care: Medical care for Nepalese and Bhutanese patients


Dr. Sanjay Yadav addresses awareness in enhancing medical care services for Nepalis and Bhutanese patients. This webinar will cover cultural differences and similarities in offering medical care to these populations. The following credits have been approved for this webinar session: 1. Awareness of the similarities and differences in providing Culturally Responsive Care to Nepalese and […]

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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Martin Luther King Day is observed every year on the third Monday of January. King was an influential civil rights leader, best known for his work on racial equality and ending racial segregation in the United States. His life and achievements are remembered and celebrated on this day.

Inclusion Academy – Culturally Responsive Care: Addressing the healthcare needs of Indian and Indian American Patients


Learn best practices in addressing the healthcare needs of Indian and Indian American Patients. 1. Recognize the differences between Indian and Indian American patients 2. Identify the unique needs these populations bring to the healthcare system 3. Learn best practices in creating a caring and trusting patient-provider relationship The following credits have been approved for […]

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