HIV Cultural Competence
Cultural Competence Regional Events
Join Community Health Centers of Arkansas as we hosting 5 webinars focus on HIV/AIDS Here and Now-Cultural Competence Webinars April 20 through April 24, 2020
Being 'culturally competent' means one is knowledgeable, understanding and demonstrates empathy to the plights of their neighbors in specific populations.
These webinars summits sessions will focus on cultural competency in HIV addressing stigma, prevention, health education, and care for minority and special populations. Each session will have a content expert with state or national ties. The goal of these webinars is to support the statewide efforts in “Ending the HIV Epidemic” focused on evidence-based strategies, and best practices in working with diverse populations related to HIV. Each webinar will last from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, with resources from a variety of local, state, and national partners.
Target Audience: Health professionals, social service providers, staff from community organizations that work with diverse populations including the HIV/AIDS population.
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