Regional AETC Emerging Populations
Cultural Competency Training Needs Assessment
Mountain Plains AETC
Table of Contents
A. General Information
Director: Dr. Lucy Bradley-Springer
Sample size: n=13
Top 3 Primary Professions: physician (48%), nurse (15%), nurse practitioner (15%)
The majority of clinicians served between 100-300 patients living with HIV/AIDS during the past year
The majority of clinicians where employed in the state of Colorado (36%)
Top Training needs cited included: Cultural competency, Mental Illness and HIV, African and Asian refugees, Immigrants, Native Americans, Religious believers
C. Resource List Provided
- BESAFE Series (included all Spanish version)
- Compendiums (specific articles of interest):
- HIV/AIDS: Providing Linguistically-Effective Care to Latinos who are English-Language Learners and Live in Communities Along the United States-Mexico Border
- HIV/AIDS: HIV/AIDS: Providing Care to American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
- HIV/AIDS: Providing Care to American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/AN) Women
- Webcast Archived Trainings with free CMEs
- Upcoming Trainings (FY 2011-2012)
- Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within API Transgender Communities.
- Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Native American Transgender Communities.
- Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinicians Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Hispanic Adolescent MSM Communities.
- Cultural Competence - Patient-Provider Communication and the Impact on Medical Outcomes for Patients with HIV
Mountain Plains Region Populations Served
Do Providers have the adequate resources to provide culturally competent clinical care for the population below?