4 edition of Cultural competence for evaluators found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, Division of Community Prevention and Training, Distributed by OSAP"s National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information in Rockville, Md
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Guide for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention practitioners working with ethnic/racial communities.|
|Statement||editor, Mario A. Orlandi.|
|Series||OSAP cultural competence series -- 1, DHHS publication -- no. (ADM) 92-1884|
|Contributions||Orlandi, Mario A., United States. Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration. Office for Substance Abuse Prevention. Division of Community Prevention and Training.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 299 p. :|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||92060067|
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Cultural competence connects with and complements existing knowledge and skills in the field. It offers both opportunities and challenges for evaluators. Cultural competence presents evaluators with new horizons for learning, opportunities for renewal, and the potential to deepen understanding of one’s own work in all :// /benchmark-statement-on-intercultural-competence-aea. The AEA statement on Cultural Competence in Evaluation was drafted by the Cultural Competence in Evaluation Task Force of the American Evaluation Association’s Diversity Committee, reviewed by the AEA Board of Directors, and approved by a vote of the full AEA ://
Cultural competence for evaluators: A guide for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention practioners working with ethnic/racial communities. Rockville, Maryland: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Pinderhughes, E. (). Developing diversity competence in child welfare and permanency Abstract. This chapter provides an overview of definitions of cultural competence. We identified 34 definitions. Overall, most definitions have similarities in documenting the importance of self-awareness, specific knowledge about cultural others, and use of specific interpersonal and clinical ://
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Examines the issue of cultural competence for program evaluators as it relates to African-American, Hispanic, American-Indian, Alaska-Native, and Asian/Pacific Islander-American community groups.
The primary objective is to enhance the knowledge base and skills of professionals who are responsible for evaluating AOD abuse prevention programs in ethnic/racial community :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cultural competence for evaluators. Rockville, Md.: U.S.
Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, Division of Community Prevention and Training: Distributed by OSAP's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, This is the first in a series of cultural competence publications from the Cultural competence for evaluators book for Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP).
This volume examines the issue of cultural competence for program evaluators as it relates to African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaska Native, and Asian and Pacific Islander-American community :// The presence of cultural competence alters potentially inappropriate culturally bound perceptions (e.g., racism, sexism) and prevents evaluators from considering their beliefs, customs, and Mario Orlandi is the author of Cultural Competence for Evaluators ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Encyclopedia of Good Health (:// Cultural competence is a rising concern within the sub-specialty of forensic evaluation and will grow in need as the population diversifies.
We surveyed forensic evaluators to explore issues related to cultural competence. Overall, evaluators differed demographically from those they :// OSAP Cultural Competence Book 1 -A Guide for Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Practitioners Working with Ethnic and Racial Communities (Cultural Competence for Evaluators) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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OSAP Cultural Competence Series SIX. Cultural Competence Clinical Evaluation Tool (CCCET) and Clinical Setting Assessment Tool–Diversity and Disparity (CSAT–DD) with contributions from Enis Dogan and Lynn Schmidt.
The CCCET is a user-friendly tool designed to gather data about the provision of cultural-specific care, cultural assessments, and cultural sensitivity within clinical :// My name is Cindy Crusto, and I am an associate professor at Yale University School of Medicine and chair of the AEA Public Statement on Cultural Competence in Evaluation Dissemination WorkingI summarize and reflect on the Hindsight is 20/ Reflecting on Missed Opportunities, Missteps, and Successes in Attending to Culture and Context in Evaluation Practice Think Tank, an https://aeaorg/blog/cultural-competence-week-cindy-crusto-on-hindsight-is Teaching cultural competence in nursing and health care: Inquiry, action, and innovation.
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Clients learn to identify with their working surroundings and are beneficial to individuals in the medical :// This Cultural Competence Committee (CCC) within your organization should have representation from policy making, administration, service delivery, and community levels.
The committee can serve as the primary governing body for planning, implementing, and evaluating organizational cultural competence. Write a mission :// evaluators, educational tests, or societal laws. Our values are reflected in our social activities, whether they are educational, governmental, or legal.
The responsibility that educational evaluators have is to recognize their own personal cultural preferences and to make a conscious effort to restrict any undue influence they might have on Additional Physical Format: Print version: Cultural competence for evaluators.
Rockville, Md.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, Division of Community Prevention and Training: Distributed by OSAP's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, It suggests that evaluators can begin conducting effective cross-cultural evaluations by concentrating on three dimensions of validity: culture, social identity and group membership, and privilege and power.
It also provides example questions and strategies for evaluators to incorporate cultural competency in According to the AEA Public Statement on Cultural Competence in Evaluation, four essential practices related to cultural competence in evaluation will be used to structure the book: 1) complexity of cultural identity; 2) dynamics of power, 3) bias in language, and 4) Cultural Competency Toolkit for Graduate Nursing Students This toolkit provides resources and exemplars to facilitate implementation of cultural competencies in graduate nursing education.
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Used in conjunction with Teaching Cultural Competence in Nursing and Health Care, 2nd Edition, the toolkit contains a wealth of hands-on, user-friendly resources that helps take nurses, educators, administrators, professional association leaders, Development of the Concept of Cultural Competence and Related Competencies, Sowell, June - 4 Cultural Competence – actions that reflect acceptance and respect for cultural distinctives and ongoing effort to grow in this area and affect related policy Cultural Proficiency – advanced level that highly esteems culture and seeks to create "Cultural competence is a lifelong project," she says, adding that competence with one group doesn't mean you're competent with another.
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In addition, since evaluators face constraints set by funders and other stakeholders, we suggest that cultural competence is best viewed as a continuum. An evaluator's goal should be to ``move across the continuum'' in order to achieve the highest level of cultural competency possible given the unique parameters of every ://Examines the issue of cultural competence for program evaluators as it relates to African-American, Hispanic, American-Indian, Alaska-Native, and Asian/Pacific Islander-American community groups.
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