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Working with LGBT older adults: an assessment of employee training practices, needs, and preferences of senior service organizations in Minnesota.

Moone, Rajean P; Cagle, John G; Croghan, Catherine F; Smith, Jennifer.
J Gerontol Soc Work; 57(2-4): 322-34, 2014.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | Maio 2014 | ID: mdl-24798318
Resumo: As the population ages and LGBT older adults become more visible among senior service providers, the need for cultural competency training will grow. Although this training is a relatively new phenomenon, curricula exist. These are generally in person for 2- to 8-hr durations. Training to Serve embarked on a study to investigate preferences in cultural competency format and duration. One-hundred and eighty-four Minnesota service providers participated in the online survey. The majority (90%) were interested in participating in LGBT cultural competency training. Results suggest a preference for shorter duration and online formats. Implications for curricula development and future research are included.