Providing Culturally Effective Care

This toolkit is a practical, hands-on resource designed to promote culturally effective services for children and families. It consists of nine brief “chapters” addressing health literacy and cultural differences in areas such as health beliefs and practices, infant care and feeding, the role of women, and child behavior and discipline. Each of the brief narratives is accompanied by a list of resources, including links to supplemental reading, patient education materials in multiple languages, checklists, assessments, and more.

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), 2018

Evidence Rating: III

Cost: Free

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Health Literacy Nutrition Parenting Education Safe Sleep Socio-emotional Development for Children

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Toolkits for Providers

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