The Refugee Health Care Partnership is offering Cultural Awareness Training for community service providers in collaboration with The Center. This is a 2-part training. This is the date for Session 2- Part 2 “Where Does the Medicine Go?” This training is open to all community service providers. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
The Refugee Health Care Partnership is offering Cultural Awareness Training for community service providers in collaboration with The Center. Registration is required.
See below for details about the training session
Part II: "Where Does the Medicine Go?"
This follow-up training will further explore the concepts developed in Part I: time orientation, group orientation, and communications styles. This session will also focus specifically on accessing medical care, with an activity focused on medication use that incorporates traditional medicines found in ethic markets in Utica.
The training will specifically cover:
1. Challenges when Accessing Care
2. Awareness for home care – bedding, bathroom, diet etc.
3. Traditional medicines or practices of migrant communities
4. Cultural Concepts: Personal Care Preferences, Religious Considerations, Pain Management etc.
This training is made available by the Refugee Health Care Partnership through funding from the Central New York Care Collaborative. The Refugee Health Care Partnership includes the Neighborhood Center, Mohawk Valley Health Systems, The Center (formerly the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees) and Mosaic Health.
To learn more about the Trainer for this event, Shana Pughe Dean, Training & Translation Manager at The Center click here