Part 7 of 7: Cultural Competency, Partnerships for Success (PFS) Academy 2020: Making the Steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework Work for You
Please join us for part seven, Cultural Competency of the seven-part series covering the steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF).
Learn more and register for the entire series here: https://pttcnetwork.org/centers/south-southwest-pttc/event/webinar-series-pfs-academy-2020-making-steps-strategic
Learning Objectives for SPF Principle, Cultural Competency:
- Describe how cultural competency ensures positive outcomes to prevention practices
- Demonstrate how cultural competency can be integrated into each step of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
Prevention contact hours available to those who register and complete this webinar.
Iris Smith, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor Emeritus at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health, leading graduate courses in program evaluation, substance abuse, social determinants of health, and the mental health capstone course. In addition to teaching, Dr. Smith also served as principal or co-investigator for numerous studies on the prenatal effects of alcohol and other drugs and treatment and interventions with women who misuse substances, including a treatment demonstration grant for pregnant and parenting addicted women and their children. Previously, Dr. Smith served as the Coordinator for the CAPT Southeast Resource Team.