Increasing Capacity to be More Inclusive and Reduce the Negative Impact on Health of Stigma, Discrimination and Mistrust

May 13, 2021

Tim Vincent helps organizations increase their capacity to be more inclusive and reduce the negative impact on health of stigma, discrimination, and mistrust. He speaks of his experience training health care providers to use cultural humility and other culturally competent communication strategies when interacting with HIV and COVID patients, members of the LGBTQ+ communities, ethnic minority community members, the homeless, and others. Vincent describes his work with the National Institutes of Health; Alameda County, California; and the advocacy group he co-founded to make his community strong, engaged, and supportive.

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