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Cultural and Linguistic Competency History

In 2006, the State of California passed legislation (Assembly Bill 1195) mandating that CME providers based within California provide content on Cultural and Linguistic Competency (CLC). CME focusing on Cultural and Linguistic Competency (CLC) is one way to ensure that physicians maintain the relevant professional development necessary to reflect the changing demographic profile of California (A Family Physician's Guide to Culturally Competent Care, Office of Minority Health.

For more on California's Assembly Bill 1195 – and CLC legislation adopted by Washington and New Jersey, and proposed in Illinois, New York and, Arizona Learn More ⟶ .


Cultural and Linguistic Competency History

Additional Cultural And Linguistic Competence Resources

Language Tools to Assist Healthcare Providers

Selected Patient Information Resources in Asian Languages (SPIRAL):A joint initiative of the South Cove Community Health Center and Tufts University Hirsh Health Sciences Library, supported by a grant from the New England Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, under contract NLM-00-101/SMS.

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