Cultural Humility through Structural Changes, Institutional Accountability

Creating change at an institutional level to promote cultural humility requires an assessment of barriers and structures that have created disparities in health outcomes for particular communities. Tim Vincent highlights an example of one health department’s approach which effectively integrated cultural humility by making structural changes in their service delivery. This session provides participants with the opportunity to learn and discuss how cultural humility can be institutionalized at a structural level to increase client engagement in their jurisdictions.

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