Cultural responsiveness and social work practice: an Indian clinic's success.
- Published Article
Health & social work
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1986
Social workers need to appreciate the traditions and beliefs of clients from different cultures to provide effective services. The success of one hospital clinic in serving American Indians in Boston demonstrates how this appreciation can be translated into programs that are relevant to a particular population or targeted group.
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