Religion is one of the key social factors that can affect medical care. Unfortunately, this topic receives very little attention in cultural competency training. Today’s health care professionals are faced with increasingly diverse patient populations with needs that they may not be prepared to manage. Tanenbaum’s curricula and training programs for medical educators fill this need.
“Columbia University School of Nursing is thrilled to have partnered with Tanenbaum in the development of a curriculum that prepares our students to be conscientious, thoughtful, knowledgeable, and culturally humble in providing the best healthcare possible for diverse groups of people regardless of their faith-based traditions and spiritual beliefs.”
– Vivian Taylor, EdD, Associate Dean for Diversity and Cultural Affairs, Columbia University
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