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The Importance of Cultural Competence and Evidence-Based Practice Approaches for Social Workers
There have been debates about the relevance of cultural competence in the grand scheme of evidence-based social work practice. Some argue that cultural humility is better construct and concept to adopt and promote in our efforts to honor the spirit of diversity awareness and inclusion. This webinar addresses the concerns and potential risk of abandoning cultural competence as a standard of practice and as an achievable outcome for social work practitioners.
Provide an actionable and measurable definition of cultural competence
Frame the discussion of the importance of cultural competence as social justice too.
Identify effective tools for self-reflection and understanding about diversity, inclusion and the challenges for social work professions
Please note that this event will be recorded. By participating in the Q & A portion, you consent to having your questions and comments recorded and to NASW making the recording available on its website and through other media,and you waive any rights you may have related to the recording.
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