Linguistically responsive practices for healthcare workers: Bilingualism and social justice
About the Event
Friday, October 14, 2022
Four (4) Credits/Contact Hours. Free for NUHW members.
This workshop will advocate for justice in language rights through its explorations of bilingualism in the delivery of health services. It identifies standard English as the current language most often used across the conceptualization of health practices, practitioners training and services in the United States. The workshop discusses efforts to respond to the rapidly changing linguistic landscape and the increasingly high demand for appropriate therapy services that respond effectively to linguistically diverse communities.
Instructional Methods: lecture, visual and audio resources, case study review, small group discussion, large group discussion, question and answer.
Instructors: Marcela Polanco, Ph.D., LMFT and Navid Zamani, M.S., LMFT
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