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Cultural Humility
Friday, February 23, 2024, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM CST
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Cultural Humility (1.5 Hours)

Joyce Goins-Fernandez, Ph.D. is the Interim Associate Dean for Health Parity for the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. She is also a Clinical Associate professor in the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics where she provides clinical services in the Attention and Learning Disorders Clinic. Dr. Goins-Fernandez conducts ADHD and Learning Disorder evaluations, as well as therapy services with children and adolescents.

Dr. Goins-Fernandez earned a B.S. in Psychology from Xavier University of Louisiana. She completed her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Iowa. Dr. Goins-Fernandez completed a predoctoral internship at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Dr. Goins-Fernandez is interested in social justice and researching issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. She serves as president of the Black Faculty Council within the Carver College of Medicine. Dr. Goins-Fernandez was awarded the Diversity Catalyst Award in recognition of her innovative and distinctive efforts to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion at the University of Iowa. She was also awarded the Inclusive Leadership award in honor of her outstanding performance and dedication to inclusive excellence at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.

1.5 CE Hours available

February 23, 2024 | 1pm - 2:30pm CT

IPA Member: $41.25
IPA Lifetime Member/ECP Member: $24.75
IPA Retired Member (No CE Credits): $16.50
IPA Student Member: $0
Non-Member: $57.75

Zoom: credentials will be emailed to registrants closer to the event.

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About This Workshop

Cultural Humility is the ability to maintain an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are most important to the person. It involves a lifelong commitment to self-evaluation and self-critique, a desire to fix power imbalances, and aspiring to develop partnerships with people and groups who advocate for others. Cultural humility is needed in healthcare, including the practice of psychology, as unconscious biases about people of other cultures or race and compliance stereotyping have been shown to negatively impact patient/client care, including poor patient/client-provider communication, poor communication among providers, patient/client mistrust of the healthcare system,  and poor ratings of care. The goal is to have more positive outcomes with minoritized and marginalized groups and thereby reducing healthcare disparities.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:
1) Understand what is Cultural Humility and describe the three main principles of cultural humility
2) Analyze challenges and benefits of Cultural Humility
3) Explain how cultural humility differs from cultural competence
4) Discuss why culture humility is important in the practice of psychology
5) Discuss ways to practice cultural humility in the workplace setting

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Continuing Education

CE will be emailed to attendees who have completed the training evaluation.

Refund and Cancellation Policy

We understand, sometimes things come up!

IPA will offer a full refund to registrants who cancel their registration 7 days prior to an event/course. If a registrant would like to cancel their registration within 7 days of the event, no refund will be offered.

Contact: Suzanne Hull, [email protected]