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The Alliance Conversation Series
Embracing Cultural Differences through Cultural Humility

Presented on: Wednesday, May 12, 2021

The Alliance Conversation Series brings you cost-free, fast-paced collaborative opportunities that highlight successful donation and transplantation practices across the country. Through shared insight, multidisciplinary experts identify solutions to critical challenges affecting the community of practice and actively share them for open discussion and broader knowledge of effective practices.

Sessions are designed to be approximately 30-45 minutes in length and encourage real-time feedback and participation from viewers.

Overview: Cultural competence and efforts to accomplish diversity, equity and inclusion can seem overwhelming and challenging to many. What are some of the basics that are crucial to be able to more successfully accomplish the important desire of embracing and valuing differences? Could we even leverage these differences for improved outcomes in our interactions with our patients, donor families and even with each other? Join our conversation as we uncover those key ingredients that can set us on the journey to embrace and leverage our cultural differences.

  • Distinguish the differences between various terms related to culture.
  • Identify the barriers to embracing and leveraging cultural differences.
  • List strategies for developing cultural humility.
Hedi Aguiar
Hedi Aguiar
Program Consultant
Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance

Transplant Center Professionals, Surgeons, Organ Procurement Organization Professionals, Quality Improvement Professionals and Leadership, OPO and Transplant Center Leadership, Directors, Managers, Clinicians, Front-line staff and individuals interested in improving relationships between OPO and Transplant programs

Continuing Education Credits

Continuing Education credits are no longer available for this learning opportunity.

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