Cultural Competency

Culturally competent practice refers to providing care that is respectful to the health beliefs, religion, and cultural needs of a diverse patient population. By tailoring care to an individual’s cultural needs it is easier to achieve positive health outcomes.

High Risk Populations

People of certain ethnic groups have an increased risk of developing diabetes. To learn more about these populations and why they are at an increased risk visit the High Risk Populations Page.


These resources can be used in the education of patients in high risk populations: