Tools for Building Culturally Competent HIV Prevention by Josefina J. Card,Julia Solomon,Jacqueline Berman PDF

By Josefina J. Card,Julia Solomon,Jacqueline Berman

This ebook is designed to explain the ideas of tradition and cultural competence. past this, it truly is geared toward aiding HIV prevention execs who're making plans, imposing, or comparing courses to extend the cultural competence and effectiveness of HIV prevention efforts of their neighborhood communities.

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