Finally, a book taht provides real world, practical models to address the corss-cultural and health care needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives. By detailing six programs that span five states, this book offers a blueprint for how health care professionals can provide culturally competent care to these important and often neglected populations. And if that wasn't enough, the book presents key perspectives and insights on how programs such as these can be replicated in many settings across the country-and how we can truly develop systems that are culturally competent.The following year, Principal Chief Chad Smith announced that all tribal employees would take a 40-hour Cherokee Nation History Course. Dr. Grima#39;s first reaction was that 40 hours is too much time out of the clinics, too much money to spend, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Strategies for Cultural Competency in Indian Health Care|
|Author||:||Mim Dixon, Pamela E. Iron|
|Publisher||:||American Public Health Association - 2006-01-01|