Public Health Competencies 
- Practice patient-centered and relationship-based care.
- Provide culturally competent systems to support patient-centered and relationship-based care.
- Evaluate the delivery of patient-centered and relationship-based care.
- Describe what is patient-centered and relationship-based care.
- Provide culturally appropriate settings to obtain an integrative health history.
- Generate variables that measure public health conditions.
- Develop patient education materials for informing patients about what is an integrative health history.
- Incorporate diverse perspectives to support appropriate use of integrative approaches.
- Use a variety of approaches to disseminate public health information.
- Communicate the role of integrative health within the overall health care system.
- Evaluate the integrity and comparability of data.
- Evaluate program performance.
- Incorporate integrative health data into the resolution of scientific, political, ethical and social public health concerns.
- Able to critique the scientific functions of both integrative and conventional health professionals.
- Modify organizational practices in consideration of integrative and conventional healthcare in response to changes in the health care system.
- Integrate both integrative and conventional health professionals into the healthcare.
- Contribute to building the scientific base of public health.
- Retrieve scientific evidence on both integrative and conventional health care from a variety of text and electronic sources.
- Use behavioral change models to support integrative healthcare professionals.
- Provide mechanisms to create interprofessional teams.
- Ensure opportunities for professional development for individuals and teams.
- Use group process to advance involvement.
- Apply basic human relations skills to the management of organizations, motivation of personnel, and resolutions of conflicts.
- Create policies and procedures that support the practice of self-care.
- Incorporate government and non-government organizations to develop policies and programs to support the practice of self-care.
- Evaluate outcomes of integrative health care in community settings.
- Establish performance management systems for delivering integrative health care services.
- Include the use of cost-effectiveness, cost-benefit and cost-utility analysis in programmatic prioritization and decision making.
- Write a code of ethics and standards of practice.
- Identify local and national laws related to the ethical practice of primary health care.
- Identify steps and procedures that protect the right of privacy.
- Establish integrative primary health care systems that promote honesty, integrity and accountability.
- Promote professional development.
 Subcompetencies adapted or matched with the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals. The Council on Linkages Between Academic and Public Health Practice.
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