The California Medical Association (CMA) believes cultural and linguistic competencies are essential to providing quality and accessible care, and also acknowledges that society has embedded and endemic structural racism and biases that affect the care that an individual receives.

To help bridge the gap, the UCLA Continuing Medical Education (CME) office has created a library of resources on cultural and linguistic competency (CLC) and implicit bias (IB) that reduce health disparities, as well as comply with state law. 

Resources for Planning Members

Resources for Faculty (Medical School, State and National Audiences)

Resources for Learners