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60 Free Essays on Delivering Culturally Competent Services

  1. Culturally Competent Nursing Care

    cultural sensitivity and competent care. I did a search within the policies and procedures directory and nothing populated. I believe that development of a guideline for delivering culturally sensitive and competent care is necessary, especially within a diverse population such as...

  2. Healthcare in America

    culturally competent health care system. It goes without saying that giving these financial subsidies are some of the best things that ever happened to the healthcare sector. The United States Department of Health and Human Services defines cultural competency as incorporating the attitudes...

  3. Group Paper Analysis: the Effects of Culture in Patient-Provider Interaction

    culture and implementation of services to properly meet culturally necessity needs are integrated within and focuses on the health beliefs for different cultures and specific treatment for different patient populations. In order to function properly as a culturally competent health care system, specific...

  4. Ethnocentrism

    The purpose of this essay is to define ethnocentrism, and to discuss the impact of ethnocentrism relating specifically to Nurses in the delivery of care. The main theme to be discussed shall be the implications entailed by nurses that are not culturally competent when providing services...

  5. Registered Nurse

    National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Service were established by the Office of Minority Health of the US Department of Health and Human Services. This is a 2001 report which describes culturally competent care as a care that is considered effective, compatible with the...

  6. contracts

    promptly delivering everything requests at consistent prices. With each delivery, the invoice was included, clearly stating that the payment as due in 30 days. Although, Don was frequently late, I disregarded the late fee with good faith that the invoice would get paid. At the same time, not discontinuing his service. ...

  7. Cultural Competencies

    the beliefs, values, and ethics of other cultures and the cross-cultural skills necessary for delivering services and working with diverse individuals and groups. The importance or responsibility of the federal law No Child Left Behind sheds the light on achievement gaps between diverse clusters...

  8. Color Purple Paper

    maintain their self dignity through friendship, understanding, and encouragement to finally free themselves of their oppressors, stand in their own strengths and rise above the oppression of females that to them was an accepted way of life. In delivering culturally competent services to this family of...

  9. Indigenous Health

    collaborative steps were highlighted, but inroads have been slow, educating all of Australia and delivering culturally responsible care will establish pride in our oldest people will assist future generations excel. The course commenced with a general overview of Indigenous Health, some grim but...

  10. Cultural Considerations in Health Care

    career and the Hispanic culture is growing at an enormous rate, becoming culturally competent does not only provide the patient with good care but can make the nurses’ job easier and more rewarding. I do feel that there should be more research on this subject; the best way to learn about a patient’s...

  11. cuc100

    training so that they can provide services to meet each communities needs, such as Aboriginal and refugee communities, and the organisation prides itself on being culturally competent. This training is incorporated in professional development policies and proceduresat the workplace. Access and Equity...

  12. Doctor Patient Communications

    their patients based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or even past encounters. In short, extraordinary doctors are culturally competent. Competence refers to the ability to understand and work with patients whose beliefs, values, and histories are significantly...

  13. The Role of the Profesional Nurse

    overall health outcomes of older people. “We know that when services are delivered in manner that is respectful, and address individual cultural preferences and needs, such services are received and utilized in a more effective manner.” (Bui, 2007). Developing culturally competent organizations can...

  14. Organization Behavior

    competent care and bilingual services to our members and retaining a diverse workforce are the top priority. Diversity has played a major role for my company, having the ability to listen and speak to our members in their own language whenever necessary and to understand and respond to them give the...

  15. Disaster Crisis Counseling, Legal and Ethical Issues

    unique situational stressors needs to be taken into account when the legal and ethical decision-making is being made in the wake of the disaster. Steps should be taken beforehand that will help the counselor with specific considerations when delivering the services under demanding disaster and post...

  16. Culture in China

    America and China, which can be identified applying Hofstede and Bon’s cultural dimension theory. To clarify the difference between China and America culture, Hofstede’s four cultural dimensions and Bond’s fifth dimension are applied. Hofstede explained that culturally based values systems compromised...

  17. BSHS 422 UOP Course Tutorial / UOPhelp

    culturally competent services to one of the characters or the family appearing in the book or film. (See Rubric for Specifics) Developculturally competent strategies to address those issues. What would you develop for a character, for example, who has acculturation issues and faces alienation...

  18. Multiculturalism

    , 2000, p. 177). Most providers are trained only in delivering services to the majority population. Counsellors are unaware of the life experiences of the ethnic minority patient (Duran & Duran, 1995, p8).  Counselling theories and practices are based on values that are adopted from European models...

  19. Cultural Patterns and Interactions Among African American Male Adolescents: How They Can Be Misconceived by European American Youth Workers and Educators.

    patterns among Black adolescents, I also teach how to counter stereotypes while leaving the “offender” with his or her dignity intact. I want to move organizations and schools to the next level by assisting them in providing effective culturally competent services. My presentations...

  20. Community Immersion

    America are likely to retain the parts of their culture they regard as important and to embrace certain aspects of American culture, thus forging a new culture that will evolve, develop, and change over time. Because of this fluid notion, the process of becoming culturally competent is an idea state...

  21. social

    . View or read the book or film, keeping an eye on the cultural issues or problems portrayed in the work. Write a minimum 5-page paper that proposes a plan for delivering culturally competent services to one of the characters or the family appearing in the book or film. Develop culturally...

  22. Ict Policies

    registered with the Homes and Communities Agency and own and manage around 7,000 homes and 17 sheltered schemes in West Norfolk. Free Bridge community Housing employ around 200 people, including their own Property Services team of operatives. They are investing on average £8m annually in the local...

  23. Hrm on Tcs

    effective in deliver their services. HR needs to know company strategic direction to provide it with the workforce that can take it there. • The company’s interests are increasingly becoming global; the HR should equip itself with a culturally diverse staff to effectively handle it. Reference: • www.hoovers.com • www.tcs.com • The Future of Human Resource Management - Mike Losey, Sue Meisinger, and Dave Ulrich...

  24. Why it is Important To Maintain Competence to Assist Safety Management"

    manslaughter, Available from: http://www.lrbconsulting.co.uk/news_article_name/corp-manslaughterthird-23712.aspx [Accessed 28 March 2013] Lum, D., 2011. Culturally Competent Practice: A Framework for Understanding Diverse Groups and Justice Issues. California: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning. NERC (2012...

  25. The Evidence-Based Practices Kits

    competent services. It covers common initial tasks and activities in implementing EBPs: Consensus-building; Integrating EBP principles into agency’s policies and procedures; and Developing an EBP training and evaluation structure. Overview of the EBP practice EBP-specific practitioner’s knowledge...

  26. Nursing Research

    Studies From American Hospitals. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: University of Pennsylvania Press; 1997. 1. Campinha-Bacote J, Munoz C. A guiding framework for delivering culturally competent services in case management. Case Manager. March-April 2001;12:48–52.[Medline] 1. Dowd SB, Poole VL...

  27. Nurse Culture Assessment

    Running head: CULTURAL ASSESSMENT Cultural Assessment June 14, 2008 Abstract In order to deliver nursing care to different cultures, nurses are expected to understand and provide culturally competent health care to diverse individuals. Culturally competent care is tailored to the...

  28. Leadership Plans

    resources o Standard 3. Social workers shall demonstrate knowledge and understanding of family dynamics o Standard 4. Social workers shall demonstrate acceptance of and contribute to the development and maintenance of culturally competent service delivery o Standard 5. Social workers shall possess or...

  29. Which of the Following Do You Feel Has a Greater Impact on Health Status: Social Status, Social Capital, or Human Capital? Justify Your Choice

    directed toward clients need to be written at a level and in a manner that is culturally competent and easily understood. Access for people with disabilities should conform to standards. ETHICS IN MENTAL HEALTH...

  30. Standards of Culturally Competent Care

    -culturally communication processes was only the first major step in delivering culturally competent healthcare to all who walk through the Emergency Department doors. Our healthcare delivery systems had to be gradually reorganized in order to meet the needs of these patients. As healthcare...