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Monday, May 10 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Historic Trauma, Implicit Bias and CPE Strategies in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Native American Communities

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The Covid-19 pandemic, state sanctioned violence, and social division have a higher incidence in communities of color. This is true in Native American communities.  The workshop will demonstrate how the higher incidence of Covid-19 virus has affected Native communities in eastern Montana and steps taken to help healthcare providers, in general, and CPE/counseling students, specifically, to better understand this dynamic.  
This will be a two-part track workshop, attendance at both sessions is highly recommended. The first presentation will address historical and present-day issues of racism within the Native experience. The second presentation will address the challenges for Clinical Pastoral Education in light of the Covid-19 pandemic in eastern Montana.  
The outcomes of the presentations are:    
  • Outline the bi as faced by Native American patients in healthcare settings  
  • Illustrate the disparate impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic in Native American communities in eastern Montana  
  • Demonstrate strategies for educating CPE students and other counseling/care providers on how  to care for persons with Native American religious, cultural, racial/ethnic diversities in Montana in the context of these recent health disparities.   

Monday May 10, 2021 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
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