This free, 2-hour e-learning program is designed for providers and students seeking knowledge and skills related to cultural competency, cultural humility, person-centered care, and combating implicit bias across the continuum of maternal health care.
In Module 1, An introduction to CLAS in maternal health care, you will examine the role of CLAS in improving quality and eliminating disparities in maternal health care.
In Module 2, Self-awareness, you will become more aware of your beliefs and values, as well as your privilege, power, bias, and stereotypes.
In Module 3, Awareness of a patient’s cultural identity, you will learn how and why to get to know a patient’s cultural identity.
In Module 4, Providing CLAS in maternal health care, you will explore ways to deliver respectful, compassionate, high quality care that responds to patients’ experiences, values, beliefs, and preferences.
This program is accredited for 2 hours for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, certified nurse midwives, and certified midwives. Other professionals, as well as students, may earn a Statement of Participation.