Integrating cultural competency in rehabilitation curricula in the new millennium: keeping it simple.

@article{Lewis2009IntegratingCC,
  title={Integrating cultural competency in rehabilitation curricula in the new millennium: keeping it simple.},
  author={Allen R. Lewis and James S. Bethea and Jessica Hurley},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation},
  year={2009},
  volume={31 14},
  pages={
          1161-9
        }
}
Pre-service rehabilitation education programmes in the United States still prepare future professionals in cultural competency primarily through one required course in multicultural counselling, though there is an expectation that such content will be woven into all graduate rehabilitation coursework. These authors believe that there is still a need in these dawning years of the 21st century to offer more guidance to rehabilitation educators on how to integrate cultural competency into each… CONTINUE READING

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