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The Health Care Professional's Guide to Cultural Competence

The Health Care Professional's Guide to Cultural Competence

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Build the skills you need to understand and care for a wide diversity of patients! The Health Care Professionals Guide to Cultural Competence, 2nd Edition provides a guide to safe and effective cross-cultural care. Applying theory to practice, the book begins with an overview of clinical cultural competence. This guide shows how to apply cultural competence across diverse populations, and then discusses considerations in working with specific populations. Using this approach, you will develop a set of behaviours, attitudes, and policies that help you work effectively in many settings. From an expert team of authors led by Rani H. Srivastava, this guide will enhance your care of Indigenous, LGBTQ2, racialized persons, and immigrant and refugee populations.

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  • Preface 

    Section 1: Foundation Stones

    1. Issues in Cultural Competence in Health Care
    2. Understanding Health Equity
    3. The Culture Care Framework
    4. Navigating Difference

    Section 2: Universally Applicable Cultural Knowledge

    1. Cross-Cultural Communication
    2. Language Support
    3. Caring for Diverse Families
    4. Healing Systems & Traditions
    5. Indigenous Health
    6. LGBTQ2 Health
    7. Immigrant and Refugee Health

    Section 3: Cultural Considerations in Care of Clinical Populations

    1. The Beginning of Life
    2. The End of Life
    3. Mental Health Practice
    4. Pain Management
    5. Health Promotion and Community Engagement



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