Annual Conferences

Annual Conferences offer Network and non-Network members opportunities to learn about relevant and cutting edge topics in cultural and linguistic competency. Topics range from improving and increasing the quality of care and services to our diverse communities, reducing and eliminating health disparities, learning best and promising practices in the various fields, health literacy, trauma-informed care, and many more.

The conferences are ways of improving our collaboration with other state, regional and community agencies, forging partnerships, and sharing our expertise and gaining more knowledge in cultural competency. The Network held its first Annual Conference in 2010.

Click on the links below to access conference minutes, as well as some of the PowerPoint presentations delivered at plenary and workshop sessions

2017 Conference
Improving Health & Mental Health Literacy in Diverse Communities: Why Partnerships Matter 

2016 Conference
Achieving Equity in Maternal, Child, & Family Health: A Call to Action

2015 Conference
Improving Trauma-Informed Care and Services for Diverse Populations: Best and Promising Practices

2014 Conference
Improving the Quality of Care & Services for Diverse Communities: New Directions for New Jersey and the Nation

2012 Conference
Model Communication Strategies for a Multicultural Society: How Health and Human Service Providers Can Better Serve New Jersey’s Diverse Communities and Foster Health Equity

2010 Conference
Cultural Competence: Sharing the Wealth of our Diverse Resources