Working with Refugee Families in the Child Welfare System
Patricia Shannon, PhD, LP
Jennifer Simmelink, MSW
This module provides information about the major refugee groups in Minnesota, the Karen, Bhutanese, Oromo, Somali, and Iraqi. It provides political and cultural context for these groups as well as information about factors that impact them in the child welfare system. It also includes recommendations for child welfare workers who work with these populations.
NOTE: CEU credit is not available for this module because it can be completed in less than 30 minutes.
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Health Literacy: Implications for Immigrant and Refugee Families
Hee Yun Lee, PhD
This modules explores the relationship between health literacy, health outcomes, and health disparities with special attention to children and families and immigrants and refugees. It provides specific examples of how health literacy can affect health outcomes and offers interventions to respond to health literacy needs and to reduce health disparities.
Taking the Quiz and Earning Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)
At the end of this module, you will be given a choice to connect to the quiz for the module. Upon successful completion of the quiz (80% or above correct), there will be a link to a secure site to pay a minimal fee for the CEHs and receive a CEH completion certificate. The module has a value of 1 CEH ($15.00).