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Emily Madrak, Jennifer L. Volberding, and Ashley M. Harris

Key Points ▸ Athletic trainers appear to be lacking in culturally competent care in treating lesbian and gay patients. ▸ Athletic trainers should seek out more opportunities for culturally competent LGBTQIA education. Cultural competence (CC) encompasses the understanding, communication with, and

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Megan N. Sears, Dani M. Moffit, and Rebecca M. Lopez

Cultural competence (CC) is defined as a healthcare provider’s ability to understand and incorporate cultural differences to effectively provide medical services in a manner that respects the individual. 1 , 2 Culture is defined as an individual’s customs, beliefs, language, race, ethnicity

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Alessandro Quartiroli, Justine Vosloo, Leslee Fisher, and Robert Schinke

The integration of cultural competence as a core competency (cf. Rodolfa, Bent, Eisman, Nelson, Rehm, & Ritchie, 2005 ) has encouraged psychology practitioners to recognize their clients as moving from being considered a “homogeneous group to [be] a mosaic of people with diverse customs and

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Miranda Brunett and René Revis Shingles

Clinical Scenario People from different cultures, races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, and other social locations have different beliefs about illness and different needs and preferences when it comes to receiving health care. Cultural competence in health care can generally be defined as the

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René Revis Shingles

Cultural competence is considered a foundational behavior of professional practice that “should be incorporated into instruction” ( National Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2011 , p. 3). Health care professionals are expected to demonstrate knowledge, skills, and abilities to understand customs

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Marsha Grant Ford

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Trevor J. Egli, Leslee A. Fisher, and Noah Gentner

In this paper, the experiences of nine AASP-certified sport psychology consultants (SPCs) working with athletes who invoke spirituality in their consulting sessions are described. After a brief review of terms and literature, consultants’ own words from interview transcripts are used to illustrate four major themes. These were: (a) SPC definitions of spirituality; (b) SPC definitions of faith: (c) SPC perceived challenges; and (d) spirituality implementation within consulting session. We conclude by addressing why we believe that spirituality is a cultural competence component and why sport psychology consultants should engage with the ongoing development of cultural competency.

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Jaime R. DeLuca, Michael Mudrick, Molly Hayes Sauder, and Elizabeth A. Taylor

, inclusive sport programs for all … multicultural education and cultural competence programs for sport management professionals and future professionals are essential” (p. 562). Unfortunately, although the literature seems to clearly recognize the importance of the topic of diversity and inclusion in sport

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Suanne Maurer-Starks and Shannon Whalen

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Matthew T. Mahar, Harsimran Baweja, Matthew Atencio, Harald Barkhoff, Helen Yolisa Duley, Gail Makuakāne-Lundin, ZáNean D. McClain, Misty Pacheco, E. Missy Wright, and Jared A. Russell

do and be ready to drive innovation. To be innovation ready and prepared to succeed in a dynamic global society, graduates must be culturally competent. Cultural competence means having an awareness of our own cultural identity, and the knowledge, skills, and awareness to engage respectfully with