___You understand what it means to adapt interventions for different cultural traditions.
___You understand why you should adapt interventions.
___You understand when you should adapt interventions.
___You understand when you don't need to adapt an intervention.
___You understand how to adapt interventions to different cultural traditions:
___You have determined that the intervention is worth adapting.
___You have decided that you want to do the adaptation.
___You have decided that it is your role to direct the adaptation.
___You are culturally ready to take on the role.
___You have checked the readiness of your target group.
___You have made the commitment to do the adaptation.
___You have set specific objectives.
___You have done some research.
___You have talked to people in that cultural setting.
___You have spent some time in that cultural setting.
___You have proposed your intervention.
___You have asked for feedback.
___You have incorporated that feedback (or have a good reason why you didn't).
___You have found some people in that cultural community who will work together with you.
___You have planned and executed your intervention.
___You know what to do in the following situations:
___If conflicts arise
___If cultural groups really don't understand each other
___If materials need translation
___If the adaptation involves several different cultural groups