Department of Family Medicine and Community Health; Department of Pediatrics
Cultural Competency; Education, Medical; Faculty, Medical
Medical Education | Pediatrics | Primary Care
Learning Objectives: Following the completion of this chapter, the reader should be able to: (1) Describe several potential rationales for faculty development in cultural competency; (2) Understand a model for ascertaining levels of student knowledge, skills and attitudes regarding cultural competency; (3) Plan a one-on-one teaching encounter on cultural competency using three distinct teaching methods; (4) Consider other teaching methodologies such as video vignettes, small group facilitation, role play and community immersion for cultural competency training; (5) Understand the elements of formative feedback that may be particularly relevant to this work.
WF Ferguson and DM Keller. Training Faculty for Cultural Teaching. In S Garrison and S Bloom (eds.) Cultural Competency in Medical Education: A Guidebook for Schools. Health Resources and Services Administration, www.hrsa.gov, Publication No. BHP00208. Sept 2004. p. 15-22.
Cultural Competency in Medical Education: A Guidebook for Schools
Ferguson WJ, Keller DM. (2004). Training Faculty for Cultural Teaching. General Pediatrics. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/peds_general/14