culturally competent care


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culturally competent care

The provision of health care with tolerance and respect for people of all ages, nationalities, races, beliefs, and customs.
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Does your organisation have guidelines and policies specific to Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait Islander maternity care and /or support culturally competent care for Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait Islander people?
* I believe that this trip has enhanced my belief on what it means to offer culturally competent care. Respecting certain practices and life style habits is critical when educating a population on healthier habits in order for them to respond well and take the education to heart.
This ensures that we can then put into action culturally competent care for them and their family.
The standards of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) mandate that a medical educational program provide learning experiences to develop students' cultural competency and prepare them for delivering culturally competent care for increasingly diverse patient populations [16].
Which of the following questions by the nurse would demonstrate a need for further training on culturally competent care?
Their topics include learning and asserting an African indigenous health research framework, research protocols and ethical considerations in indigenous knowledge systems, indigenous knowledge and knowledge codification in the knowledge economy, the preservation of indigenous knowledge through indigenous languages in Zimbabwe, and psychotherapy in indigenous context: a Ghanaian contribution towards the provision of culturally competent care. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Because people from the tribal community are being trained in the program, there is economic and employment opportunity, but there is also a guarantee of culturally competent care that remains steady over the years, important especially for generations who only saw a dentist to get teeth pulled, Stephens said.
To improve Latinos' understanding of MS and their access to culturally competent care, Dr.
Culturally competent care is crucial in treating many diseases that are prevalent in the Latino community.
In 1997, the Office of Minority Health (OMH) addressed culturally competent care on the federal level and undertook the development of national standards to provide a much-needed alternative to the patchwork of independently developed definitions, practices, and requirements concerning culturally and linguistically appropriate services (CLAS).
The importance of accepting the value of providing institutional and patient-specific culturally competent care is well aligned with improving the business nature of health care services.
Delivering what is largely referred to by LGBT health experts as "culturally competent care" comes down to two factors: gender neutrality and honesty, according to Dr.

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