Purpose: The integration of cultural competence within physical therapy practice supports the Vision Statement of the American Physical Therapy Association. Inclusion of cultural competence concepts within the physical therapy provider-patient encounter has the potential to improve patient adherence, outcomes of care, and the overall physical therapy experience. The purpose of this analysis is to describe the post-conference results of a cultural competence workshop using a post-test only research design. Methods/Description: Fifty-two (52) physical therapist and physical therapist assistant academic and clinical faculty participated in a two-hour regional clinical education workshop. Workshop objectives were to define culture and its relevance to physical therapy practice; appraise own cultural values, knowledge, skills, and behaviors; describe the historical physical therapy cultural competence framework; apply a cultural competence model in simulated cross-cultural provider-patient scenarios, and develop strategies to model effective culturally-appropriate behaviors in practice. Post-test items addressed workshop objectives and relevance to physical therapy clinical education. Immediately following the workshop, forty-five (45) participants completed a ten-item questionnaire. Post-test data were analyzed and reported using SPSS-24. Results/Outcomes: Of 52 workshop participants, the questionnaire response rate was 86.5% (n=45). The non-response rate was 13.5% (n=7). Each true/false graded item was scored 1=Correct and 0=Incorrect in SPSS-24. Questionnaire results were reported in aggregate. The total questionnaire score maximum was 100. The maximum score per question was 10. Post-test scores ranged from 70-100 with a mean of 88, median 90, mode 90, SD .991, variance .982, a negative skewness (-.458), and a platykurtic distribution (-.741). Conclusions/Relevance to the conference theme: Results of this analysis support this workshop as an effective methodology towards integration of cultural competence concepts in physical therapy education and practice. Post-test descriptive analysis and response rate suggest that participants assimilated cultural competence concepts presented at this workshop. Post-test items were relevant to the intended objectives. Planned next steps include item analysis and post-test/retest comparisons.