Health Care Training

The MILLA Project is focused on bringing the latest scientific and medical findings, technologies and research from “bedside to practice.” Our main goal is bridging health and health care disparities for minorities and the underserved within the area of physiological and mental health.

Creative and interactive training forums include workshops, long-term culture and diversity coaching, and modality specific conferences.

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Popular Training Programs Include:

  • Provider oriented training on trauma-specific mental and physical responsive health care for survivors of torture, war crimes and/or human trafficking.
  • Provider/Patient minority health education and the reduction in readmission rates.
  • Modality-specific cultural and diversity competence training. Common topics discussed are: socio-economic benefits of an innovative multi-ethnic/cultural service delivery model; mastering cultural sensitivity utilizing macro and micro level lenses; identify, implement and evaluate effective linguistic competence models with low initial investment rates; design and develop minority health education campaigns that promote patient adherence to treatment plans, follow-up appointment rates, and improving health outcomes; identify health disparities, sustainable solutions, and practical tools.

Our goals and objectives are to assist you with the adaptation and implementation of best practices of culture/ethnic patient-specific care, which positions your staff and healthcare providers to deliver a new level of quality care. Moving away from an ethnocentric healthcare model, towards an xenocentric model, reduces readmission rates, improves patient safety and results in economic benefits.  Learn how cultural/ethnic competency in healthcare can give you the competitive advantage. All training programs are CME eligible.

Training programs include:

  • Racial, multi-ethnic/cultural competence
  • Socio-economic benefits of a multi-ethnic/cultural healthcare model
  • Linguistic competence
  • Utilizing biomedical informatics and data science for translational research for primary healthcare
  • Psychologocial sequale for survivors of severe forms of trauma

The MILLA Project has been invited to speak about the importance and benefits of culture-responsive care at various hospitals, provider practices, and conferences at local health care around the world.

The MILLA Project has provided the following presentations and lectures (abbreviated):

  • June 16, 2016, “Cultural Competence in Health Care: An Integrated Approach for Physicians Practicing in a Multicultural Community,” Griffin Hospital, Derby, CT
  • June 7, 2016, “Experiential Cultural Competence Training for Health Care Providers,” Bristol Hospital, Bristol, CT
  • March 9, 2016, Grand Rounds, “Human Trafficking: Recognizing the Victims and Providing Health Care Services,” Bristol Hospital, Bristol, CT
  • January 22, 2016, “Human Trafficking for Hospital, Police and Ambulance Personnel,” L+M Westerly Hospital, Westerly Police and Westerly Ambulance Services, Westerly, RI
  • November 16, 2015, “Human Trafficking for Emergency Room Personnel, Law Enforcement and EMTs,” Tunix Building, Bristol, CT
  • July 25-28, 2015 – Cultural Training for Service Providers to Victims of Domestic Violence, Safe Haven, Waterbury, CT