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Welcome to the Curricula Enhancement Module Series.

The series was developed by the National Center for Cultural Competence through a cooperative agreement with the Division of Research, Training and Education (DRTE), Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The goal of the series is to increase the capacity of DRTE-funded programs to incorporate principles and practices of cultural and linguistic competence into all aspects of their leadership training.

The curricula enhancement series centers on four key content areas:

  Cultural awareness
  Cultural self-assessment
  Process of inquiry -- communicating in a multicultural environment
  Public health in a multicultural environment

The curricula enhancement module series is designed to:

  Assist faculty in incorporating four key content areas into existing curricula that are important to cultural and linguistic competence in public health
  Provide a set of defined areas of knowledge, skills, and awareness related to each core content area
  Offer relevant materials, articles, publications, and other multimedia resources for each core content area
  Provide faculty with instructional and self-discovery strategies
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