Culture in Clinical Care by Bette Bonder

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Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Multicultural studies,
  • Nursing & Ancillary Services,
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Rehabilitation Therapy,
  • Cross-cultural studies,
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology,
  • Social aspects,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
  • Medical,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Allied Health Services - Occupational Therapy,
  • Allied Health Services - Physical Therapy,
  • Medical / Allied Health Services / Physical Therapy,
  • Social medicine,
  • Social Psychology,
  • Case studies,
  • Clinical medicine

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8595349M
ISBN 101556424590
ISBN 109781556424595

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Culture & clinical care. San Francisco, CA: UCSF Nursing Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type.

Culture in Clinical Care: Strategies for Competence explores theory and practice to define and describe the multidimensional nature of culture and its interaction with an individual’s experience in the development of beliefs, values, and newly updated Second Edition examines cultural beliefs related to health and wellness and how these beliefs and their associated actions affect 5/5(1).

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Culture in Clinical Care: Strategies for Competence explores theory and practice to define and describe the multidimensional nature of culture and its interaction with an individual’s experience.

Culture & Clinical Care By: Juliene G. Lipson and Suzanne L. Dibble, UCSF Nursing Press, San Francisco, CA, ISBN: The authors, Juliene G. Lipson and Suzanne L. Dibble, explicate and explore cultural/ethnic issues that may affect clinical care in their book, Culture & Clinical authors are affiliated with the School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco.

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Book annotation not available for this title/5. Culture and Clinical Care 1st Edition Lipson JG and Dibble SL UCSF Nursing Press, San Francisco, California pages, indexed, soft cover ISBN $ Culture and Clinical Care is a guidebook designed for use by clinicians who work with culturally diverse clients.

ThisAuthor: Patricia A Frese. Rather, their purpose is to alert clinicians to potential factors they should consider in order to provide good care.” To order the book: Culture & Clinical Care can be ordered from UCSF Nursing Press, Parnassus Avenue, Room NC, San Francisco, CA() Include $6 for shipping/handling.

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Culture & Clinical Care, edited by Juliene G. Lipson and Suzanne L. Francisco, Calif: UCSF Nursing Press; pages, $ (paperback). This book is based on the premise that healthcare providers who are culturally aware, sensitive to others' needs, and knowledgeable in appropriate cross-cultural healthcare are likely to have successful outcomes when they care for culturally.

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/5(7).

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Culture & Clinical Care is an updated, revised, and expanded edition of the best-seller, Culture & Nursing Care, winner of a Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing. The new book includes thirty-five cultural groups along with an introductory chapter Book Edition: 2nd   Culture in Clinical Care: Strategies for Competence explores theory and practice to define and describe the multidimensional nature of culture and its interaction with an individual’s experience in the development of beliefs, values, and newly updated Second Edition examines cultural beliefs related to health and wellness and how these beliefs and their associated actions affect Brand: SLACK, Incorporated.

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Information about cultural beliefs related to health and wellness are explored as they affect intervention strategies. The goal of the culture care theory (CCT) is to provide culturally congruent nursing care, which refers to “culturally based care knowledge, acts, and decisions used in sensitive and knowledgeable ways to appropriately and meaningfully fit the cultural values, beliefs, and lifeways of clients for their health and wellbeing, or to prevent.

Culture in Clinical Care: Strategies for Competence explores theory and practice to define and describe the multidimensional nature of culture and its interaction with an individual’s experience in the development of beliefs, values, and behavior.

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The newly updated Second Edition examines cultural beliefs related to health and wellness and how these beliefs and their associated. satisfaction with professional health care, and inadequate clinical care (12, 18, ).

It may also be a determinant in medical-legal suits, the increasing resort to alternative heaUng systems, and the mounting consumer criticism leveled at medicine. Clinical science must investigate ill-ness as well as disease; and clinical care should be.

Culture & Clinical Care Edited by Juliene G. Lipson and Suzanne L. Dibble (UCSF Nursing Press, ) People have various beliefs about the transitions that accompany health, illness, birth and death--beliefs that are influenced by such things as culture and age.

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What is Cultural Respect. Culture is often described as the combination of a body of knowledge, a body of belief and a body of behavior. It involves a number of elements, including personal identification, language, thoughts, communications, actions, customs, beliefs, values, and institutions that are often specific to ethnic, racial, religious, geographic, or social groups.

For the benefit of patients and healthcare workers alike, it’s up to clinical leaders to lead the paradigm shift away from this breakneck, competitive culture.

Self-care and patient care aren’t competing interests. And building a culture that embraces that fact might be your organization’s saving grace. The Creating Caring Cultures: Getting Started Model and resources offers a way for clinical leaders to begin to work differently with their staff and take the first steps toward change.

As all these the resources are free I encourage you to take a look and see where you might make a start.CIAC catalyzes joint activities to drive health care culture in three main areas: Culture: Collaborative activities to ensure that the next generation of clinicians provides care that reflects patients’ preferences and values, care teams work collaboratively and in concert with patients, and health care leadership fosters the creation of a culture of care that is seamless, team-driven, and.Asking about a patient’s cultural and religious beliefs – and their potential impact on care – is a standard part of every initial assessment upon admission.

In the Clinical Practices of the University of Pennsylvania, the ambulatory care component of Penn Medicine, this question is asked of all new patients and those who haven’t been.

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