Tag: cultural humility

Expansive Connections: Integrating Cultural Humility in Public Health Practice

Course Objective

  1. Define cultural humility, resonance, and related concepts, and describe the impact of cultural humility in public health settings. 
  2. Understand cultural humility as a process, with a commitment to lifelong learning and addressing power imbalances. 
  3. Identify attributes of cultural humility, including openness, self-awareness, humbleness, supportive interactions, and self-reflection.  
  4. Develop skills to recognize and manage personal biases. 
  5. Practice communication strategies to foster expansive connections among diverse stakeholders, including resonant language skills, transforming judgments and blame, and setting boundaries. 
  6. Gain practical skills for recharging and recovering, to enhance well-being and sustain cultural humility within public health practitioners. 

Date: June 30, 2024

Presenters:
Carina Schmid, MPH

Lecturer, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Trauma-informed coach and resonant healing practitioner


This course delves into integrating cultural humility into public health practice, defining key concepts like cultural humility and resonance, and examining their impact. Participants will learn to view cultural humility as a lifelong process, emphasizing continuous learning and addressing power imbalances. The course will cover essential attributes such as openness, self-awareness, and supportive interactions, and develop skills for recognizing and managing personal biases. Additionally, it will offer strategies for effective communication with diverse stakeholders and provide techniques for maintaining well-being and sustaining cultural humility in professional practice.

 

 

Public Health’s “Equity Clout” Problem: What Is It And How Do We Address It To Achieve Structural and Cultural Humility?
Public Health's "Equity Clout" Problem: What Is It And How Do We Address It To Achieve Structural and Cultural Humility? Jerel Ezell, PhD, MPH Director, Cornell Center for Cultural Humility Assistant Professor in General Medicine Weill Cornell Medicine Livestreaming: June 6th, 2023, at 12-1 pm ET

Course Objectives

  • Examine what equity clout means in the context of public health departments’ efforts to build structural and cultural humility.
  • Describe three primary factors contributing to diminished equity clout.
  • Identify three approaches for bridging the equity clout gap.

Date: June 04, 2023

Presenter:
Jerel Ezell, PhD, MPH
Director, Cornell Center for Cultural Humility
Assistant Professor in General Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine


Dr. Jerel Ezell presents on the importance of equity clout and what that means in the context of public health departments working to build structural and cultural humility. He begins by describing three primary factors that contribute to diminished equity clout. Ezell goes on to discuss approaches for bridging the equity clout gap. He ends by suggesting implications for practice and next steps.

Participants will be able to:

  1. Examine what equity clout means in the context of public health departments’ efforts to build structural and cultural humility.
  2. Describe three primary factors contributing to diminished equity clout.
  3. Identify three approaches for bridging the equity clout gap.
Region 2 Public Health Training Center