What is the percentage of racial or ethnic minority groups in the US?
Racial and ethnic minorities often experience poor access to ________ ________.
One of the two most important priorities of _________ _________ _________ is to eliminate disparities in the health status of people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds.
Healthy People 2020
What causes minority health care decline, poor physical and mental health, underemployment and poor self-image?
What is a collection of thoughts, communications, actions, customs, beliefs, values, and institutions of racial, ethnic, religious, or social groups?
What refers to the common sense of identity of a group of people based on their heritage?
What is limited to the common biological attributes shared by a group, such as skin color?
What represents various ethnic, religious, and other groups with distinct characteristics from the dominant culture?
What is the process of adapting to or adopting a new culture?
What results in varying degrees of affiliated with the dominant culture?
What is meaningful, supportive, and facilitative, because it fits valued life patterns of patients?
Culturally congruent care
What occurs when people believe that their own way of life is superior to that of others?
What can occur when people have cultural ignorance or cultural blindness about others and causes people to use their own values and lifestyle as the absolute guide with patients and interpreting their behavior?
What is the retaining and/or preserving of relevant care values so patients maintain their well-being, recover from illness faster, or are able to face handicaps and/or death?
Cultural care preservation
What is adapting or negotiating with others for a beneficial or satisfying health outcome?
Cultural care accommodation
What is the reordering, changing, or greatly modifying a patients' lifestyle for a new, different, and beneficial health care pattern?
Cultural care repatterning
What is the comparative study and understanding of cultures to identify specific and universal caring constructs across cultures?
Non-Western cultures emphasize a ___________ conceptualization of health and illness
Whatare significant social markers of changes in a person's life?
Rites of passage
_________-_________ syndromes are illnesses that are specific to one culture.
A _________ _________ is a systematic and comprehensive examination of the cultural care values, beliefs, and practices of individuals, families, and communities.
What are 3 points that will help assist a nurse when making a cultural assessment?
Census data, asking questions, and establishing relationships
Unless requested by the patient, family, and friends should not be used to provide ___________ services.
What is defined as an awareness of one's inner self and a sense of connection to a higher being, to nature, or to some purpose greater than oneself?
A person's _________ depends on a balance of physical , psychological, sociological, and cultural developmental and spiritual.
What is associated with a specific system of practice associated with a denomination, sect, or form of worship?
What is a manner is which a person chooses to live that gives purpose and meaning to an individual's life and may include a relationship with a divinity, higher power, authority, or spirit?
What is the interconnectedness between God or a higher power and other people?
What gives an a motivation and resources to achieve?