Juicing Cultural Competency
Translating the theory of patient-centered medical care into practice to benefit Black gay men.
Explore the nuances of practicing cultural competency and sensitivity to improve your delivery of sexual-health services to Black men who have sex with men (MSM). This discussion will be contextualized with an overview of the sociohistorical determinants of medical mistrust among Black Americans and includes examples of successful models of culturally appropriate care. In addition, you will learn more about NASTAD’s stigma toolkit and opportunities for providers, CBOs/ASOs and health departments to improve the quality of care for Black MSM.