Introduction : the need for culturally sensitive health care / Nancy Waxler-Morrison and Joan M. Anderson -- 1. People of Central American descent / Danica Gleave, Natalie A. Chambers and Arturo S. Manes -- 2. People of Chinese descent / Ka-Ming Kevin Yue -- 3. People of Cambodian and Laotian descent / Chansokhy Anhaouy, Elizabeth Richardson and Nancy Waxler-Morrison -- 4. People of Iranian descent / Afsaneh Behjati-Sabet and Natalie A. Chambers -- 5. People of Japanese descent / Karen Kobayashi, Teruko Okabe, Kazuko Takahashi and Elizabeth Richardson -- 6. People of South Asian descent / Shashi Assanand, Maud Dias, Elizabeth Richardson, Natalie A. Chambers and Nancy Waxler-Morrison -- 7. People of Vietnamese descent / Dai-Kha Dinh, Soma Ganesan and Nancy Waxler-Morrison -- 8. Refugees in Canada / Natalie A. Chambers and Soma Ganesan -- Conclusion : delivering culturally responsive health care / Joan M. Anderson, Sheryl Reimer Kirkham, Nancy Waxler-Morrison, Carol Herbert, Maureen Murphy and Elizabeth Richardson.
Introduction -- The everyday life of queer trauma -- Trauma and touch : butch-femme sexualities -- Sexual trauma/queer memory : incest, lesbianism, and therapeutic culture -- Transnational trauma and queer diasporic publics -- AIDS activism and public feelings : documenting Act Up's lesbians -- Legacies of activism, legacies of trauma : mourning and militancy revisited -- In the archive of lesbian feelings -- Epilogue
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