Continuing Education Focused on Diversity, Equity and Cultural Competency in Healthcare Now Available from Cummings Graduate Institute

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Dr. James Bell
PHOENIX - Arizonar -- Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies (CGI) in partnership with Just Solutions proudly announces the launch of new continuing education webinars on the topics of  diversity, equity and cultural competency in healthcare. Their first collaborative webinar series is available starting March 7, 2022 and will feature two webinars, Authentic Community Relationships: From Outreach to Engagement and Understanding and Mitigating Implicit Bias. The Authentic Community Relationships: From Outreach to Engagement webinar will benefit Directors of Outreach and those with community-facing roles in healthcare. Understanding and Mitigating Implicit Bias will benefit Medical and Mental healthcare practitioners, providers, and administrators. Both webinars are available on-demand.

Both webinars are designed and facilitated by Dr. James Bell III, the principal founder of Just Solutions LLC, which produces the Equity Matters Podcast, and the Social Justice Academy. Dr. Bell has developed a practice and research trajectory ​in health disparities and inequities, emphasizing the policy ​context and health outcomes of African Americans. He earned his bachelor's in psychology and Master of ​Social Work from Michigan State University and Doctor of Social Work degree from the ​University of Southern California with a focus on the ​intersection of race, racism, and health. Dr. Bell has been ​recognized as a thought leader in the areas of health ​inequities and disparities, social justice, and social ​innovation and has presented broadly on these topics. His passion for this work is evident in his personal, ​academic and professional life. Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies is honored to share Dr. Bell's expertise on the critical topics of diversity, equity & cultural competency in healthcare to their continuing education audience.

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"When we have a better understanding of ourselves and our communities, we are in a better position to champion the change necessary to provide optimal care. You can't do that without committing to building your own cultural competency in this work" – Dr. James Bell III, MSW

To learn more and enroll in Authentic Community Relationships: From Outreach to Engagement and Understanding and Mitigating Implicit Bias click here.

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