Community-Based Research, Engaging Documentaries: Cultural Humility & Public Health

CES4Health.Info, an online forum for reviewing and publishing community-engaged scholarship in nontraditional formats, recently published two compelling videos. One juxtaposes the practice of cultural humility with the notion of cultural competency. The other “is an educational film that presents narratives by Crow men directed toward raising awareness of men’s health and preventative treatment options.” Both of these films address important issues and could be useful in community-engaged classes in many different disciplines.

Click through the links below to watch either film:

Cultural Humility

Apsaalooke Upsauloouk Bucha Unnaylayda – Crow Men’s Health 

Many thanks to Community-Campus Partnerships for Health for developing CES4Health.Info, a vital addition to engaged scholarship.

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