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Looking Inward: Exploring and Sharing Personal Values and Beliefs. Dr Molly Everett Davis Dr Halaevalu F. O. Vakalahi George Mason University.

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Looking Inward: Exploring and Sharing Personal Values and Beliefs

Dr Molly Everett Davis

Dr Halaevalu F. O. Vakalahi

George Mason University


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  • Health care organizations should ensure that patients/consumers receive from all staff members, effective, understandable and respectful care that is provided in a manner compatible with their cultural health beliefs and practices and preferred language.

  • Are You Culturally Competent??

CLAS Standard 1


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  • Ethnicity patients/consumers receive from all staff members, effective, understandable and respectful care that is provided in a manner compatible with their cultural health beliefs and practices and preferred language.

  • Age

  • Class

  • Gender

  • Socioeconomic Status

  • Disability

  • Sexual Orientation

  • Race… and on and on

Diversity: Broad Inclusive Term


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Spirituality patients/consumers receive from all staff members, effective, understandable and respectful care that is provided in a manner compatible with their cultural health beliefs and practices and preferred language.


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What is Culture?


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What is Cultural Competence?


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  • Culturally competent organizations design and implement services that are tailored or matched to the unique needs of individuals, children, families, organizations and communities served.*

  • Culturally competent organizations have a service delivery model that recognizes mental health as an integral and inseparable aspect of primary health care.

  • National Center for Cultural Competence

Culturally Competent Organizations


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Culturally Competent Practice


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  • The capacity of an organization and its personnel to communicate effectively, and convey information in a manner that is easily understood by diverse audiences including persons of limited English proficiency, those who have low literacy skills or are not literate, individuals with disabilities, and those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Linguistic Competence


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  • Davis, 2003 communicate effectively, and convey information in a manner that is easily understood by diverse audiences including persons of limited English proficiency, those who have low literacy skills or are not literate, individuals with disabilities, and those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

  • A culturally competent professional is one who seeks to understand the lifeways of diverse clients and is able to use social work knowledge, skills and values to enhance client functioning, utilizing interventions that are compatible with client system lifeways.

Cultural Competence: Professionals


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Cultural Competence: Systems


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PERSON of training for personnel;ENVIRONMENT

ADAPTIVE RESPONSES

LIFEWAYS

What are Lifeways?


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Customs of training for personnel;

Beliefs

Traditions

Rituals

Behaviors

Lifeways

Values


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  • Individuals of training for personnel;

  • Families

  • Organizations

  • Communities

  • Societies

Lifeways are Reflected at ALL Levels


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  • Help us adapt or fit in with our environment; of training for personnel;

  • Can be transmitted across generations;

  • Can be shared or unique;

  • Can be changed;

  • Exist in multiple levels of systems;

  • Are affected by historical and life events;

  • Reflected in behavior, customs, beliefs, traditions, rituals, traditions.

Lifeways


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  • Lifeways are adaptive/maladaptive; of training for personnel;

  • Lifeways can be normative/pathological;

  • Lifeways can be functional/dysfunctional;

  • Lifeways reflect culture;

  • Lifeways are relational;

  • Lifeways are subject to change because of their adaptive nature.

Lifeways Continued


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  • Dr. Melanie Tervalon, Jann Murray-Garcia, and Dr. Robert Ortega describe cultural humility as a lifelong process of self-reflection and self-critique.

  • Starting Point: Providers give careful consideration to their assumptions and beliefs that are embedded in their own understandings and goals of their encounter with the client.

Cultural Humility


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ETIC Concepts


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  • Culture specific approach. Ortega describe cultural humility

  • Process of discovery necessary to determine lifeways.

  • Insider’s perspective.

  • Leads to greater understanding of lifeways.

  • Often based on individual life story.

EMIC CONCEPTS


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Cultural Actualization Ortega describe cultural humility

Cultural Evaluation

Cultural Expansion

Cultural Apprehension

Self Awareness

Lifeways Cultural Competence Continuum


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SELF AWARENESS Ortega describe cultural humility

Understanding Our Diversity


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Self Awareness


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  • We have similarities with others. Ortega describe cultural humility

  • We have differences that are unique to us.

  • These differences may have little to do with our ethnicity, age, social class.

  • Sometimes the origin of lifeways is unclear.

  • Sometimes the rationale for lifeways is unclear.

Recognizing the Lifeways of Your Culture


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  • How do you react to difference? Ortega describe cultural humility

  • Do you defend your own culture and lifeways as “right or better?”

  • Ethnocentrism?

    • It is defined as the belief or attitude that one’s own cultural group or lifeways is superior to others.

Cultural Apprehension


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Cultural Apprehension


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Cultural Expansion


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  • Comparative evaluation without negative judgment. interaction about different cultures and ethnic groups.

  • Brings to light the differences to promote growth and better connection with others.

  • Increased comfort level.

  • Seeking opportunities for interaction with diverse groups is common during this step.

Cultural Evaluation


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  • Primary goal: Understanding and embracing differences. interaction about different cultures and ethnic groups.

  • Genuine respect for diversity.

  • Core values support lifelong learning.

  • Openness to changing beliefs and attitudes about others.

  • Core beliefs /values lead to willingness to challenge oppression, injustice and discrimination.

Cultural Actualization


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Cultural Actualization


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