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Advancing Health Equity at
Every Point of Contact

Join the CLCCHC

The goal of Think Cultural Health is to Advance Health Equity at Every Point of Contact through the development and promotion of culturally and linguistically appropriate services. Our continuing education programs are designed to help individuals at all levels and in all disciplines promote health and health equity.

A Physician's Practical Guide to Culturally Competent Care

  • A free, online educational program accredited for physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
  • To learn more about the development process, please visit the Document Archive.
  • Visit the program to learn more and to register.

This option gives you the opportunity to lead your colleagues through the program in small group sessions, using interactive facilitation techniques and materials to create a stimulating learning environment. As a facilitator of this program, you will help educate the workforce in cultural and linguistic competency and help eliminate health inequities. For more details, see Small Group Learning.


Culturally Competent Nursing Care: A Cornerstone of Caring

  • A free, online educational program accredited for nurses and social workers.
  • To learn more about the development process, please visit the Document Archive.
  • Visit the program to learn more and to register.

This option gives you the opportunity to lead your colleagues through the program in small group sessions, using interactive facilitation techniques and materials to create a stimulating learning environment. As a facilitator of this program, you will help educate the workforce in cultural and linguistic competency and help eliminate health inequities. For more details, see Small Group Learning.


Cultural Competency Curriculum for Disaster Preparedness and Crisis Response

  • A free, online educational program accredited for social workers, disaster mental health workers, first responders (including EMTs and firefighters) and emergency managers.
  • To learn more about the development process, please visit the Document Archive.
  • Visit the program to learn more and to register.

This option is under development for the Disaster Preparedness and Crisis Response program. You will have the opportunity to lead your colleagues through the program in small group sessions, using interactive facilitation techniques and materials to create a stimulating learning environment. As a facilitator of this program, you will help educate the workforce in cultural and linguistic competency and help eliminate health inequities. For more details, see Small Group Learning.


Cultural Competency Program for Oral Health Professionals

  • A free, online educational program accredited for oral health professionals.
  • To learn more about the development process, please visit the Document Archive.
  • Visit the program to learn more and to register.

Specialty Education & CLAS Modules

can also be found in Join The CLCCHC:
  • Brief educational video case studies for specialties, including Pediatric Obesity, High Blood Pressure and Pregnancy, and Surgery, may be found on Join the CLCCHC.
  • Visit Join the CLCCHC to register or log in to view the video case studies.

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