Masters Series: Culture and Clinical Application: Cultural Competency at Work
Sinclair College Mason
5386 Courseview Drive
Mason , OH 45040
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural adaptation refers to the process and time it takes a person to assimilate to a new culture. Implementation science is a scientific method of integrating evidence-based interventions into policy and practice. Culture and Clinical Application: Cultural Competency at Work, is a reflective training that will help us connect the “what” with the “why” and explore the internal and external forces that allow us to appropriately and responsibly apply what we know to the passions that brought us here in the first place. Cultural and Clinical Application will be by far be the most challenging of all the pieces of training you will receive in this series.
This event is provided as a collaborative effort between the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC, the National Hispanic and Latino ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC, The Prevention Action Alliance, the Ohio Latino Affairs Commission, and the Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services.
This is a closed event.
However, you can learn more about our upcoming training and technical events on the Great Lakes PTTC website under Upcoming Events. If no upcoming events are taking place near you, please contact your nearest state project manager to inquire about future training opportunities in your region.