Latinos During Emergencies: Cultural Considerations Impacting Disaster Preparedness

Ms. Blanca Ramos, MSW, PhD School of Social Welfare University at Albany and Mr. Charles Kamasaki Executive Vice President National Council of La Raza

March 22, 2012

At the conclusion of the presentation, the participants will be able to:

  1. Describe at least two cultural differences that might impact emergency preparedness and response activities
  2. Identify strategies for assessing the needs of the Latino population in a community.
  3. List two approaches used by the speakers to engage members from the Latino community in emergency response and preparedness activities
  4. Identify culturally sensitive, cross-cultural risk communication methods that incorporate issues of language, trust, literacy and the use of new media.

Participant Information
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1. Work location?
2. Job position/role?
3. Type of organization/work setting?
4. Race/ethnicity?
5. Gender?
6. What format did you use?
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7. I was satisfied with the course overall.
8. This course enhanced my knowledge of the subject matter.
9. The course was relevant to what I might be expected to do to (prevent, prepare for, or respond to) an emergency.
10. The program content supported the objective(s).
11. This course provided content that is relevant to my daily job.
12. I would recommend this course to others.
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13. What was the most useful or important thing you learned during this program?
14. What suggestions do you have for improving the program?
15. Please offer other topics of interest you would like to learn more about in future Center for Public Health Preparedness educational activities.
Point of View
16. This program is fair, balanced, and free of commercial bias.
Continuing Education Credits

The post-test for this event is no longer available.