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Selected Articles and Book Chapters by NCCC Faculty

  • The Evidence Base for Cultural and Linguistic Competency in Health Care (written by NCCC faculty, published by The Commonwealth Fund)

  • Goode, T., Haywood, S. & Bronheim, S. (In Press) The role of self-assessment in achieving cultural and linguistic competence and addressing health care disparities. In P. Kinsey, Ed. Health Care Delivery for African Americans in the Twenty-First Century: Equity and Access Issues. Lincoln University, PA: Lincoln University Press.

  • Goode, T., Jones, W. & Jackson, V. (2011) Families with African American Roots.  In  E. Lynch & M. Hanson (Eds.) Developing Cross Cultural Competence 4th edition.  Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.

  • Wehmeyer, M., Abery, B., Zhang, D., Ward, K., Willis, D., Hossain-Amin, W., Balcazar, F., Ball, A., Calkins, C., Heller, T., Goode, T. Jesien, G., McVeigh, T., Nygren, M., Palmer, S. & Walker, H. (2011) “Personal Self-Determination and Moderating Variables that Impact Efforts to Promote Self-Determination”. Exceptionality: A Special Education Journal. Routledge Publishing.  New York, NY. 

  • Goode, T., Bronheim, S. and Jackson, V.  (2010)The Essential Role of Cultural Competency in Addressing Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities in L. Jack, Jr. Ed. Diabetes in Black America: Public Health and Clinical Solutions to a National Crisis. Munster, In: Hilton.

  • Goode, T. D. & Maloof, P. End-of Life Through a Cultural Lens. (2010). In Friedman, S. and Helm, D. (Eds.) End-of Life Care for Children and Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.  Washington, DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

  • Goode, T., Wells, N., & Kyu, Rhee (2009). Family-Centered, Culturally and Linguistically Competent Care: Essential Components of the Medical Home. In Turchi, R. & Antonelli, R. (Eds.) Pediatric Annals Special Supplement on the Medical Home. Thoroughfare, NJ: Slack Incorporated (In press).

  • Tullius, S. G., Goode, T. D., & Kahan, B. D. (2008).  “Ethnic and Gender Disparity in Renal Transplantation”. In Renal Transplantation: Ethnic/Gender Disparity and Novel Immunosuppressive Agents. Guildford, CT:  Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and Thornton Medical Communications.

  • Telfair, J., Bronheim, S., & Harrison, S.  Implementation of Culturally and Linguistically Competent Policies by State Title V Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Programs, Maternal and Child Health Journal, November, 2008.

  • Goode, T. & Jones, W. (2007). Cultural Influences on Child Development:  The Middle Years. In
    Gullotta T. & Blau, G. (Eds.) Family Influences on Childhood Behavior and Development:  Evidence-based Approaches to Prevention and Treatment Approaches.   New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group,

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