Practicing Cultural Responsiveness to Improve Health Outcomes
“Practicing Cultural Responsiveness to Improve Racial and Ethnic Health Inequities For Health Care Providers”
Presented by Laurie Bostick Cammon, MD [she/her] Pediatric Director of “Juntos” the Santa Clara County Park Prescription Initiative. Laurie is a UCSF Fellow Champion Provider Program, Affiliated Clinical Instructor Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Attending PediatricianPediatric Healthy Lifestyles Center Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Applying cultural responsiveness to your practice for better health outcomes:
Focus group: Latinex/Hispanic Community
Description of Learning Outcomes:
Understand cultural responsiveness and how it can help mitigate racial and ethnic health disparities that negatively influence medical outcomes.
Explore how cultural responsiveness can be used to adopt a family-centered and community-based practice.
Explore ways to apply cultural responsiveness to breast-feeding in the Latinx community.