Discuss what cultural competence is in healthcare.
Identify your cultural ancestry. If you have more than one cultural ancestry, chose the one with
which you most closely associate.
Explore the willingness of individuals in your culture to share thoughts, feelings, and ideas. Can
you identify any area of discussion that would be considered taboo?
Explore the practice and meaning of touch in your culture. Include information regarding touch
between family members, friends, members of the opposite sex, and health-care providers.
Identify personal spatial and distancing strategies used when communicating with others in your
culture. Discuss differences between friends and families versus strangers.
Discuss your culture’s use of eye contact. Include information regarding practices between family
members, friends, strangers, and persons of different age groups.
Explore the meaning of gestures and facial expressions in your culture. Do specific gestures or
facial expressions have special meanings? How are emotions displayed?
Are there acceptable ways of standing and greeting people in your culture?
Discuss the prevailing temporal relation of your culture. Is the culture’s worldview past, present,
or future oriented? Prevailing temporal relations meaning, how do your culture perceive
healthcare in general. Does your culture utilize certain remedies? Are they more relax about
receiving proper healthcare? Do they seek a healthcare provider if their health is failing? How
often they try to seek medical attention?
Discuss the impact of your culture in healthcare or within a healthcare setting.
Reference your readings and include a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar articles.
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The PowerPoint, including tables and graphs, headings, title
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