Moore, patricia, cultural and health literacy assessment of the hispanic/latino patient population: presentation of a cultural competence toolkit for acute care nurses (2017) doctor of nursing practice (dnp) projects 114. This article focuses on how the background, language and culture of latino/hispanic groups can have significant implications for the assessment and treatment of latino/hispanic children with ad/hd living in the united states. National resource center for hispanic mental health 3575 quakerbridge rd, suite 102 mercerville, nj 08619 when working with hispanics in mental health do’s and don’ts when working with • conduct a thorough social and cultural assessment of hispanics at intake or first point of treatment. Explore hispanic cultural values, beliefs, and behaviors during this 30 minute course delivering culturally responsive care: hispanic community course 3 of 3 (en0al0079w) health practitioner assessment sharpen your cultural competency skills through a self-guided learning opportunity. An introduction to culturally competent care for hispanic patients the material in this section is part of a larger project by the markkula center for applied ethics on culturally competent care that is, health care that is sensitive to the differing values and needs of cultural subgroups within our pluralistic society.
Hispanic culture barriers to accessing services providers recommendations resources q&a hispanic hispanic (hispano) is not a race but an ethnic distinction hispanics come from all races and physical traits hispanic describes cultures or countries that were. This book focuses on diversity, culture, and ethnicity as they relate to psychological assessment of hispanics it is a how-to guide for clinicians, researchers, and instructors working with hispanic clients each chapter contains an overview of cultural considerations needed for assessing the. Health assessment and promotion the subgroups of the hispanic population such as mexicans, puerto ricans, and cubans differ in their lifestyles, health beliefs, and health practices. Cultural diversity: pain beliefs and treatment among mexican-americans, african-americans, chinese-americans and japanese-americans abstract the purpose of this project was to examine culture and the impact it has on the pain experience.
Cs cultural insights communicating with hispanics/latinos culture is a learned system of knowledge, behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, values, and norms that is shared by a group of people (smith, 1966) in the broadest sense, culture includes how people think, what they do, and. The health status and health behaviors of today's hispanic youth will play a central role in shaping the long-term health and health care needs not only of hispanics in the united states but also of all americans. Information about the cultural background of the hispanic/latino community, its social values, the role of religion in health care beliefs, and decision making strategies related to health care considerations. Communication and language in addition to innate cultural distinctions, there is an inherent imbalance of power in all physician-patient relationships as the patient and/or the patient's family seeks advice or care from a pediatrician in his or her role as an expert or consultant. Heritage assessment heritage assessment culture is a pattern of behavior and values shared by an ethnic group cultural heritage is a set of traditions within the culture that is hand down from the older generation to the younger generation within the family.
Hispanic cultural assessment anitra wilson nursing 542 may 31, 2015 professor sandra brown hispanic culture the hispanic/latino culture is a culture that traces their roots to spain, mexico, and the spanish-speaking nations of central america, south america and the caribbean. This document, standards for multicultural assessment, is an attempt to create and maintain an awareness of the various assessment standards that have been produced by various professional organizations. Hispanic-american culture 42 native american culture 45 african cultures somali-american culture and dictionary of patients' spiritual & cultural values for health care professionals were developed by the pastoral care leadership and practice group of healthcare chaplaincy, new york, ny (revision and update of earlier work by the rev susan. --have the capacity to (1) value diversity, (2) conduct self-assessment, (3) manage the dynamics of difference, (4) acquire and institutionalize cultural knowledge and (5) adapt to diversity and the cultural contexts of the communities they serve. The assessment should also include issues of national origin, birthplace, immigration experience, length of time in the country, language preference, and the meaning of being latino the culturagram (congress, 2004) is an assessment guide for understanding immigrant populations.
The giger and davidhizar transcultural assessment model was developed in 1988 in response to the need for nursing students in an undergraduate program to assess and provide care for patients that were culturally diverse the model includes six cultural phenomena: communication, time, space, social. Business students with an interest in the hispanic culture and community six of the students selected were bilingual, and the other five were minoring in spanish these students received intensive classroom instruction in a variety of topics for example, a hispanic needs assessment field study. Culturally competent care necessitates cross-cultural training, which is increasingly included in medical education, but with the realization that cultural competency is a lifelong learning. Study 60 ob practice b ati 2 flashcards from elida o on studyblue if your work history is not directly related to the position you are pursuing, it is not acceptable to list the place of employment, job title, employment dates, and the skills you acquired at this job.
Aspects of cultural formulation include assessing a patient’s cultural identity and understanding how culture affects the explanation of the individual’s illness, support system, and the clinician-patient relationship as well as understanding how culture affects the assessment and diagnosis of culturally diverse individuals. The assessment assists nurses and doctors to meet the cultural needs different patients require during the care process this paper explores the hispanic, mexican-american and my personal (indian) culture and the beliefs on the maintenance, promotion and health restoration, and health traditions. Cultural deprivation: the hispanic challenge why do some groups not succeed in academic settings one theory brought up in “understanding inequality” suggests that the gap in the socioeconomic status drives the inequalities in the school system. Guide for conducting cultural assessment for hispanic and latino clients – the purpose of this cultural assessment guide is to assist behavioral health providers who wish to augment and improve their assessment skills related to culture the guide can serve as a tool for training new clinicians and assisting experienced clinicians and.
4 multicultural family assessment 107 additional 11 cultural groups southeast asians have a birth rate comparable to hispanic americans and are, therefore, a fast growing. The purpose of the guide for conducting cultural assessment for hispanic and latino clients is to assist behavioral health providers who wish to augment and improve their assessment skills related to culture the guide can serve as a tool for training new clinicians and assisting experienced clinicians. For information on geriatrics and older hispanic/latino americans, see stanford's ethno med health and health care of hispanic/latino american older adults this is an on-line learning module, but you can download the module as a pdf and print the cultural profile by filling out a short survey.