Cultural Competency in Healthcare BEME review
An international group set up to conduct a systematic literature review on cultural competency in medicine and healthcare education, entitled A critical review of cultural competence frameworks and models in medical and health professional education.
This review is endorsed by the international Best Evidence Medical and Health Professional Education (BEME).
The aim of this review is to propose a new cultural competency model that can guide healthcare education and practice.
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Reader in Clinical Communication and Cultural Competency
Lecturer in Clinical Communication
Queen Mary, University of London