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Cultural Competency Training Trends

Amy Beaulieu, a meeting and event planner with the Midwest Bioethics Center in Kansas City, Mo., says her end-of-life-care national conference in June offered something a little different: A special reception included roundtables with representatives from minority advocacy groups to talk with the attendees about how to engage marginalized populations. “We keep trying to include a component like this in our meetings to make sure all areas of the population are reached,” she says. And she's far

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