Do the concepts "culture," "cultural diversity," or "teaching culture" -- so common in health care training and practice settings today -- seem vague or abstract to you? Are you having trouble conceptualizing a practical way to gain or teach the skills necessary for culturally sensitive practice or finding resource materials that can help you do it well? If so, then Culture in Clinical Care is just what you need!
Culture in Clinical Care defines and describes culture and its interaction with individual experience and personality in the development of beliefs, values, and actions. Information about cultural beliefs related to health and wellness are explored as they affect intervention strategies. Based on ethnographic methods, mechanisms for culturally sensitive assessment and intervention are considered. The text goes beyond traditional fact-centered approaches, taking the perspective that culture is emergent in individuals as they interact with the physical and social environment.
This one-of-a-kind book provides students, as well as healthcare practitioners, chapter objectives, chapter outlines, critical thinking questions, case descriptions for discussion, self-tests and exercises, glossary, comprehensive references, line drawing, and black and white photographs. The organization of the book benefits readers because theory, examples, and practice are interwoven. Students have opportunities to practice what they are learning, and to evaluate their own effectiveness.
Culture in Clinical Care fills a niche in the health professions programs because of its theoretical approach, its emphasis on strategies and methods for clinical interventions, and its importance of strategies for practice and self-assessment.
For more information about the role of culture in health and health care, visit Health and Culture, a resource for students, educators, and health professionals, online at http://health.csuohio.edu/healthculture/index.htm.
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Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OHReview:
“The text is comprehensive and the stories are excellent. For those who need to explore 'culture' as it relates to clinical care, this book is for you.”
— Susan Hanrahan, PT, PhD, Physical Therapy
"The authors do an excellent job of provoking thoughtful self-discovery that allows the reader to begin to understand their own cultural beliefs and set the stage for learning about divergent cultures."— Fran Brazell, MA, OTR/L, The American Journal of Occupational Therapy
“There are no other books that do what this book does. The completeness, the current information, and documentation show that the authors are well-versed on the subject and communicated the information very well.”— Gloria Weddington, PhD, Communicative Disorders & Sciences, San Jose State University,
San Jose, CA
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