This module aims to enhance rapport-building, communication, intervention, and treatment outcome for CALD clients.
It provides material for selecting suitable therapeutic modalities for CALD clients; understanding ethnopsychopharmacology applicable to CALD clients; identifying differing ethnocultural transference issues; collaborative approaches to enhance clinical intervention.
The following key topics are covered:
At the end of this module, you should be able to:
This training programme includes 3 other modules
The training programme is designed to:
This programme is recommended for clinicians working with CALD clients in the field of psychiatry and psychology in the New Zealand health system.
E-Learning online self-paced learning = 4 hours.
This module is available as a self guided 4 hour online course.
I think the content is interesting and informative. I like the interactive elements, how the course is structured presented.
Well-thought out and planned module. Very interesting with plenty to revise, and some new knowledge. The videos and quizzes are engaging and provide variation in learning styles. I find the 'Resources' and 'Tools' sections very useful and intend to use them in my practice.
Mental health nurse
The ethnocultural transference section is so important!!
Good separation of various information, ie the compartmentalising of the various modalities and treatments. This helps for easy revision if the user wants to go back and refresh their memory.
Self-reflection and quiz enhance learning.