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Promoting Cultural Sensitivity: A Practical Guide for Tuberculosis Programs That Provide Services to Hmong Persons from Laos
Promoting Cultural Sensitivity: A Practical Guide for Tuberculosis Programs That Provide Services to Hmong Persons from Laos
Author: CDC NCHHSTP Division of Tuberculosis Elimination

Publication Date: 2008

Country of Origin: United States

Format: Book

Physical Description: 59 p.: col., ill.; appendices, maps, refs., tables.

Language: English

How to Access this Material:
HTML: http://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/guides
toolkits/EthnographicGuides/Hmong/default.htm


PDF: http://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/guidestoolkits/Ethnograph
icGuides/Hmong/chapters/HmongTBBooklet508_final.pdf


Abstract: This guide is part of a series that aims to help TB program staff provide culturally competent TB care to some of the U.S.’s highest priority foreign-born populations. Other guides in the series focus on people from China, Mexico, Vietnam, and Somalia. This guide is intended for health care providers, community-based workers, program planners, administrators, health educators, and resettlement agencies that work with Lao Hmong communities.

 

Publisher:
CDC NCHHSTP Division of Tuberculosis Elimination
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
National Center for HIV/AIDS Viral Hepatitis STD and TB Prevention
Division of Tuberculosis Elimination

http://www.cdc.gov/tb


Audience(s):
Health Educators/Communicators, Health Professionals, Nurses, Outreach Workers, Physicians

Topic:
Cultural Competence, Foreign-born/Immigrant

 


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