National Center for Cultural Competence

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

Definition of Terms

I. Overview and Purpose of the Guide.

II. What Is the Role of Cultural Brokers in Health Care Delivery?

III. Cultural Brokering: Benefits to Health Care Delivery Systems

IV. Guiding Principles for Cultural Broker Programs in Health Care Settings

V. Knowledge, Skills, and Awareness for Cultural Brokers

VI. Implementing and Sustaining a Cultural Broker Program

VII. Summary

VIII. Appendix A: Impact of the Cultural Broker Program

IX. Appendix B: Mission of the National Center for Cultural Competence

X. Appendix C: Cultural Broker Contacts

XI. References

XII. Additional Resources

 

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