The conference will be September 26 & 27, with a pre-conference workshop on September 25. We will be at the Conference Center in Niagara Falls, walking distance from Niagara Falls State Park and Goat Island.
The Role of Cultural Humility in Service Delivery: Challenging Assumptions and Improving Care
Laura Lewis, PhD, LCSW, Filomena Critelli, PhD, and Sarah Richards-Desai, MSW
This workshop introduces the concept of cultural humility as a guiding principle for effective cross-cultural communication. Cultural humility entails working collaboratively with clients, embracing difference, and positioning ourselves as people interested in learning and understanding. Participants will learn strategies for increasing their awareness of unconscious cultural stereotypes and the impact of these on service recipients.
CCCHN values community relationships and collaborations to help serve Cayuga County residents. The Network strives to improve the overall health of Cayuga County residents by addressing access of services and the needs of the community. At the heart of everything CCCHN does is partnerships, and staff participates with many coalitions and committees throughout the community.
The All of Us Research Program is a historic effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve health. By taking into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and biology, researchers will uncover paths toward delivering precision medicine.
The New York State Association for Rural Health is a not-for-profit, non-partisan, grassroots membership organization working to preserve and improve health and human services in rural New York State. NYSARH is a member of the National Rural Health Association.
Membership benefits include:
Discounts on the NYSARH conference and other events
Legislative advocacy /awareness of state and federal rural health issues