Cultural competence

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  • Creating A Cross Cultural Competence

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    In the current era of globalization, the new economic and political reforms has made it evident and clear that leaders of organization not only need to build trans- global competence, but there is also a need to build cross cultural competence. Cross- cultural competences is known to be enhancement of flexibility and awareness for having the capability and ability for thriving and surviving across the global era as a business organizations (Jonsen, 2010). As per the 14th Annual Global CEO Survey

  • Cultural Competence Analysis

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    Integrate the components of cultural competence into practice Campinha- Bacote and colleagues describes the components for cultural competence in healthcare. These includes cultural ; a) knowledge, b) awareness, c) skills, d) encounter and e) desire. Cultural awareness refers to self-examination as well as in-depth exploration of an individual cultural as well as professional background. I am able to explore my own cultural healthcare values and beliefs. This is because understanding another

  • Cultural Competence: Who Is A Leader?

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    critique, I found a video on YouTube titled, “Cultural Competence: Who is a Leader?” Reference: Koen, A. (2011, Mar 7). Cultural Competence: Who is a Leader? Retrieved from 2. Why did you select article/chapter/movie or video? I chose this video based on the title. I felt that I could learn leadership skills that will promote cultural competence from the video. I’ve learned in the class that cultural competence begins with the leadership of the campus/district

  • Cultural Competence

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    Cultural Sensitivity and the Health Practices in Dominican Republic Manoucheka Chery Grand Canyon University: NUR-502 May 7, 2014 Cultural Sensitivity and the Health Practices in Dominican Republic The demographics of the United States is changing to one that is multicultural, multiethnic, and multilingual. Culture is a vital component in the health and wellness of individuals. Culture affects individuals' beliefs, definition of health, treatments, and interaction with healthcare providers

  • Cultural Competence Of The Workplace

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    Cultural Competence in the Workplace In studying cultural competence, it is important to acknowledge the fact that people were differently born, raised and lived in social, organizations and educational cultures. Therefore, the culture we are brought up to form a foundation on how we make assumptions, values, beliefs, values and behaviors. When people in an organization get to interact, there are many difference and similarities as pertains to their cultural expectations, and it often make the interaction

  • Cultural Competence : Cultural Incompetency From A Practice Perspective

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    A professional practice issue discussed is cultural incompetence. Competence is a principle within the Code of Ethics. Under the Regulated Health Professions Act, incompetence is described as when a dietitian’s care of a patient demonstrates lack of knowledge, skill or judgment which shows they are unfit to practice (Steinecke, 2015). Competence therefore, requires a dietitian to have sufficient knowledge, skills, and judgement, a professional attitude and a constant desire of improving on said knowledge

  • The Importance Of Cultural Competence In Culture

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    society, we are faced with multiple cultures that affect our ways of thinking, acting, and leaving. Cultural competency reflects one’s culture. Culture reflects the way the children are raised, their way of communicating, what is acceptable or not acceptable, the way they overcome challenges, their clothes, and how we go about medical treatment and so on. I know because I come from a very strong cultural background where it is considered bad to look at older people straight in the eyes while talking

  • Example Of Cultural Competence

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    Cultural Competence As today’s society grows more diverse, the need for cultural competence becomes increasingly necessary within the criminal justice system, a field where civility and the ability to be unbiased is required. As a result, there is a deepening need for understanding the value of diversity and utilizing intercultural communication skills. By developing a cultural competence assessment tool that can improve interactions with people of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds,

  • Importance Of Cultural Competence In Health Care

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    health care, cultural competence is one of the most critical considerations in caring for patients. Cultural competence is described as a set of congruent behaviors, attitudes, and policies that come together in a system, agency or among professionals and enable that system, organization or those professions to work efficiently in cross-cultural situations (Cross et al., 1989). Understanding different cultures will raise awareness of patient's identity, health, behavior, and cultural sensitivity.

  • Cultural competence can change personal perceptions and attitudes

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    Cultural competence can change personal perceptions and attitudes According to the NASW (2008), practitioners need to look beyond cultural variations, historic oppression and discrimination. They need to look outside of ethnicity, race, age, gender, ability, and sexual identity while being aware of sensitivity to cultural norms. Most of all, the NASW (2008), places the responsibility on the practitioner for self-awareness of their own biases. Furthermore, practitioners must have the skills to work