BE SAFE: A Cultural Competency Model for Latinos
Published Date: 2005
Source: AETC National Multicultural Center; University of Texas Health Science Center and National Council of La Raza
Editors: Britt Rios-Ellis, PhD; Noelle Fritz; Antonio Duran, BS and Rocio A. Leon, BS
BE SAFE: A Cultural Competency Model for Latinos PDF [403K]
Latino cultural competency model for use in clinical practice. Model is based on the mnemonic "BE SAFE": Barriers, Ethics, Sensitivity of the Provider, Assessment, Facts, and Encounters.
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