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Intercultural Communication and its Effect on Quality Management

April 26, 2019
Author: Adam Thompson - Jefferson Health

Center for Quality Improvement and Innovation (CQII)

Presenter Adam Thompson takes a deeper look at intercultural communication and how it may be a barrier to care. The first 10 seconds and last minute of the recording were inadvertently cut, we apologize for the inconvenience.

Learning Objectives

  • Define health disparities
  • Examine HIV-related health disparities in men who have sex with men, cisgender and transgender women, and youth
  • Explore socio-cultural barriers to care and how they may affect patient-provider communication
  • Define cultural awareness, cultural competence, and cultural humility
  • Introduce a toolkit to improve patient-provider interactions and promote cultural humility

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