Health care providers are deeply concerned about the quality of interaction between care providers and clients of diverse cultural backgrounds. This graduate certificate program is designed to provide practitioners the tools they need to be effective in this situation. Based on ethnographic methods used by social scientists, the certificate provides training in both theory and practice to enhance the quality of intercultural communications and health care delivery.
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Health care professionals depend upon effective, acurate communication with their clients in order to provide needed services. This certificate will provide the required skills to communicate with people of varied backgrounds and cultures.
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