Southcentral Foundation is an Alaska Native-owned health care provider responsible for providing health care and related services to approximately 70,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in Alaska’s Cook Inlet region.
Southcentral Foundation’s Cultural Humility Training leads participants through an experiential process of understanding one’s own experiences, beliefs, and cultural identities and how they impact the ways one sees and moves in the world. Utilizing the Cultural Proficiency Continuum as a framework, participants will:
Discuss how culture shapes behaviors, values, and institutions
Identify relational behaviors that display cultural humility and cultural safety
Recognize culturally responsive approaches when working in communities outside your culture.
This training is taught by subject matter experts with extensive experience in providing culturally-appropriate training and education.
DATES & TIME
9AM - 4PM March 8 •• May 17 ••June 12 •• August 9 •• October 11
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Although this training is tailored for organizations providing services to Alaska Native/American Indian communities, it can be valuable for anyone serving Indigenous/Tribal/Native communities anywhere. This training will benefit providers and other direct care workers; medical directors; executive leadership; improvement personnel; and anyone seeking understanding about how culture impacts health care.
Fees & Registration
$500 per person
Lunch will be provided!
Cancellations received by email 7 days prior to the event will receive a full refund. Any cancellations received after that can be transferred to another employee at your organization. To cancel your registration, please email SCFNukaEvent@scf.cc.