Pt. 1. Cultural Mapping Process in Dementia Services -- Ch. 1. Introduction to Issues and Working Assumptions -- Ch. 2. Culture and the Acculturation Continuum -- Ch. 3. Acquiring an Intercultural Knowledge Base -- Ch. 4. Language: A Key Point of Cultural Contact -- Ch. 5. Interaction Patterns, Roles, and Relationships -- Ch. 6. Values, Beliefs, and Cultural Norms -- Ch. 7. Sorting Factors Often Confused with Culture -- Pt. 2. Integration of Cultural Mapping Concepts -- Ch. 8. Special Professional and Provider Preparation -- Ch. 9. Cultural Mapping Process: A Summary -- Pt. 3. Supporting Intercultural Competency Development -- Ch. 10. Interculturally Capable Agency: The Ideal -- Ch. 11. Locating and Working with Cultural Brokers -- Ch. 12. Culturally Attuning the Dementia-Care Message -- Ch. 13. Intercultural Outreach and Networking -- Ch. 14. Highlighting Issues and Looking Ahead.
Drawing on the insights of nurses, doctors, outreach workers, medical interpreters and patients ... it helps to integrate cultural awareness and skill building into training programs for all health professionals.
Using the subject of cancer, this video explores ways that differences in culture, race, and ethnicity affect health and the delivery of health care services.
Meeting cultural and religious needs is an essential part of providing care in a multi-ethnic society. This book describes ways of identifying individual needs and offers sensitive and practical approaches to adapting care to meet them. Rooted in the experiences and views of people of minority cultural and religious groups.
Transcultural diversity and health care -- The Purnell model for cultural competence -- People of African American heritage -- The Amish -- People of Appalachian heritage -- People of Arab heritage -- People of Bosnian heritage -- People of Brazilian heritage -- People of Chinese heritage -- People of Cuban heritage -- People of Egyptian heritage -- People of European American heritage -- People of Filipino heritage -- People of German heritage -- People of Greek heritage -- People of Haitian heritage -- People of Hindu heritage -- People of Iranian heritage -- People of Irish heritage -- People of Italian heritage -- People of Japanese heritage -- People of Jewish heritage -- People of Korean heritage -- People of Mexican heritage -- Navajo Indians -- People of Puerto Rican heritage -- People of Russian heritage -- People of Turkish heritage -- People of Vietnamese heritage.
Language, health literacy, and their effects on the safe provision of care -- Overcoming health barriers through cultural competence -- The role of community in cultural competence -- Developing and training staff to be culturally competent -- The business case for cultural and linguistic competence
Follows patients and families facing critical medical decisions as they navigate their way through the health care system. Provides a look at a variety of patients' cultures and the culture of medicine. Raises an awareness about the role sociocultural barriers play in patient-provider communication and in the provision of healthcare services for culturally and ethnically diverse patients.
Mohammad Kochi's story (14:03) -- Justine Chitsena's story (11:18) -- Robert Phillips' story (10:07) -- Alicia Mercado's story (12:55).