Sixth National Conference on Quality Health Care for Culturally Diverse Populations:

Technology Salon Electronic Poster Presentations

For the first time, the conference will feature electronic posters as part of the program. E-posters are stand-alone Powerpoint presentations produced by the authors before the conference. The e-poster includes text, figures and images, just as in traditional paper posters or PPT presentations. The E-posters will be available for viewing from the conference website ( during and after the conference (some may be available for viewing before the conference). During the conference, you can view them from your own computer with an internet connection, or use one of the computers located in the Tech Salon (Tuesday, September 23: 4:15-6:00pm). You can discuss the posters with the presenters in three ways: 1. Some presenters will also be available at the Tech Salon at the E-Poster corner of the room. You can meet and talk to them there. 2. You can also set up your own face-to-face meeting with authors by contacting them before the conference to set up a meeting. Contact details are available on their abstract. 3. Conference attendees can communicate with the poster presenters by sending emails to the address listed in the abstract and on the PPT presentation. Presenters can be emailed during and after the conference.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008: 4:15 PM - 6:15 PM
6th Floor - Minnesota Room (Minneapolis Marriott City Center)
EthnoMed Contribution Pathways Project
Christine Wilson Owens, Harborview Medical Center/University of Washington
How Well are Our Hospitals Doing in CLAS
Lawrence W. James, BA, MA, The Center for Multicultural Competence in Healthcare Organizations
Ascertaining Resident Physicians' Attitudes, Perceptions and Practices Related to Cultural Competency Training
Ilana S. Mittman, PhD, MS, CGC, Department of Health and Mnetal Hygiene
Interpreter Training: How Much Is Enough?
Erin Rosales, Connecting Cultures, Inc.
Juju is Not the Cause of My Pain: Pain Beliefs of the Igbo in the United States
Miriam O. Ezenwa, MS, RN, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Case Manager-in-Training Program
Julie Baker, BA, Visiting Nurse Services
Cultural Competency and Patient Satisfaction: A Pilot Training Project
Gabriela "Gaby" Flores, Truman Medical Centers
FIMR: Listening to the community to reduce disparities
Jodi Shaefer, PhD, RN, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
A Program for Asthma Education in the Emergency Department in an Urban Level I Trauma Center
Christine A. Kletti, MD, FACEP, Hennepin County Medical Center
Migration and Health in the European Countries
Delia Cristina Selaru, Center for Health Policy and Public Healh
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