Organizations are required to have processes in place to address health disparities.
This course helps organizations improve patient education processes with diverse patient populations.
Unlike other courses, this course is designed to help reduce health inequalities and related challenges by identifying and addressing factors that may hinder the delivery of equitable patient education with diverse patients.
Learners are supported in providing culturally-appropriate care and helping close the gaps in health outcomes for underserved populations.
"Your perspective is aligned with much of our other trainings--motivational interviewing, cultural humility, and trauma informed care--with a slightly different angle that is provocative and interesting.”
with process improvement for patient education
and how they can harbor obstacles to equity
for practical application and follow-through
For Nurses - Community Health Workers - Clinicians - Health Educators
Drawn from years of experience educating health practitioners across the nation
This hybrid course features world-class instructional design.
Using the flipped classroom model, Dr. Liebel combines video-based and live learning to increase follow-through and application of what has been learned.
Participants watch approximately one hour of self-paced videos. There is a live, post-course group meeting when all participants have finished the course to allow for discussion, questions, and follow-through.