Monday, August 1, 2011

CDC Webinar: Incorporating the Cultural & Linguistic Needs of Individuals with Limited English Proficiency in Disaster Preparedness

The challenges of meeting the health care needs of individuals with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) are often magnified during disaster response. This session will provide background and recommendations how emergency responders should address the cultural and linguistic needs of individuals with LEP, highlight best practices and strategies for successfully reaching LEP growing  populations in a major disaster, and discuss national, state, and local advocacy efforts related to emergency preparedness and the response planning process for meeting the needs of their LEP patients and communities following natural and man-made disasters.

Meeting ID: 080911
Password: CDC 

For help or technical support call 1-877-283-7062 or (U.S. and Canada) or +(706)634-4591 (International). 

Continuing Education Credit
An application has been submitted to award up to 1.0 Continuing Education contact Hour (CECH) for certified health education specialists (CHES). SOPHE, including its chapters, is a designated multiple event provider of CECHs by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing. **Fees apply for CHES credits.

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