Are you planning a faculty development day or
maybe a faculty retreat?
The nursing faculty at the University of Mississippi recently conducted a 2 day symposium focused on cultural competence. Day 1 features 10 population based case studies. Topics included:
Making Nursing Educations Programs Accessible and Welcoming to Students with Disabilities
A Conceptual Model to Access the Impoversihed Elderly
Implementation of Competent Linguistic Services
Breaking the Barriers for Choctaw Patients
Race and Ethnicity: Recruitment of Participants for Research
Survivors of Trauma Empowerment Program: Vietnamese Americans
Utilization of a Mentorship Model for Students
Stigma: HIV's Greatest Barrier to Quality of Life and Health Care
During the second day of their Symposium, the faculty focused on increasing cultural competency in the DNP curriculum. These courses were discussed:
Epidemiology and Health Disparities
Ethics in Clinical Care or Research
Evidence Based Practice
Health Systems and Policies
Leadership and Quality Assurance
Patient Centered Care
The content available to you includes course objectives, student learning activities and overall reflection.
Both Day 1 and Day 2 content is included in this pdf.
Take a look at this very interesting program!