Utilization of the Native American Talking Circle to Teach Incident Command System to Tribal Community Health Representatives
Granillo, B., Renger, R., Wakelee, J., and Burgess, J. (2010). Utilization of the Native American Talking Circle to Teach Incident Command System to Tribal Community Health Representatives. (Abstract only.) Journal of Community Health. 35(6): 625-634.
The authors discuss the use of the Native American Talking Circle format as a culturally appropriate method to teach the Incident Command System (ICS), emphasizing that this format has been well received. The authors also discuss limitations of their evaluation and strategies for improving future research efforts.
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