OBHAW Individual Assessment (POST)
This POST-TEST checklist is intended to measure any changes in the way you may view the original statements presented in the initial assessment. The goal is still to help heighten the awareness of personnel to the importance of Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness in health and human service settings. The responses have been adjusted to measure how, after the training session, you may or may not modify your behavior.
Please check the answers this time based on your PLAN TO MODIFY YOUR BELIEF OR BEHAVIOR IN THE FUTURE. Remember that these assessments are anonymous, and we will not know who the responses belong to. Please answer as accurately as you can.
Promoting Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness
Self-Assessment Checklist for Personnel Providing Health Care Services
Directions: Please select A, B, or C for each item listed below.
A = Things I did or plan to do frequently, or now applies to me to a great degree
B = Things I did or plan to do occasionally, or now applies to me to a moderate degree
C = Things I did or plan to do rarely or never, or now applies to me to minimal degree or not at all.
Adapted from: Tawara D. Goode ▪ National Center for Cultural Competence ▪ Georgetown University Center for Child & Human Development▪ University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Education, Research & Service ▪ Adapted Promoting Cultural Competence and Cultural Diversity for Personnel Providing Services and Supports to Children with Special Health Care Needs and their Families ▪ June 1989 (Revised 2009).