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TEACHING COMPETENCE FOR DEALING WITH PATIENTS FROM DIFFERENT ETHNIC BACKGROUNDS. FAMOUS GROUP 5 AN EUROCAT WORKSHOP. AUTHORS. Nena Kopčavar Guček Janos Szabo Mirjam Zemljak Darko Taseski Tadeja Čerin Igor Švab Olivera Batić – Mujanović Serdar Gurel Haviva Calo. AIM OF THE PRESENTATION.

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teaching competence for dealing with patients from different ethnic backgrounds

TEACHING COMPETENCE FOR DEALING WITH PATIENTS FROM DIFFERENT ETHNIC BACKGROUNDS

FAMOUS GROUP 5

AN EUROCAT WORKSHOP

authors
AUTHORS
  • Nena Kopčavar Guček
  • Janos Szabo
  • Mirjam Zemljak
  • Darko Taseski
  • Tadeja Čerin
  • Igor Švab
  • Olivera Batić – Mujanović
  • Serdar Gurel
  • Haviva Calo
aim of the presentation
AIM OF THE PRESENTATION
  • To develop a perfectly multicultural course
aim of the module
AIM OF THE MODULE
  • At the end of the module, the learners will be able to deal with ethnic groups in general practice
target group
Target group
  • Trainees in general practice
learning objectives
Learning objectives

At the end of this course, the learner will know

Culture

  • History of the patient’s culture
  • Habits, related to health beliefs
  • Educational level in culture
  • Sociodemographic characteristics
  • Tradition and religion
  • Structure of society and family
  • Expressing emotions and illness
  • Pathology and genetics
  • Family role, gender role
  • Nutrition
  • Specific surgical and diagnostic procedures
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Learning objectives

At the end of this course, the learner will know

Communication

  • Common knowledge about communication
  • Specifics:
    • Language
    • Verbal expressions and sayings
    • Nonverbal expressions, specific for culture
    • Use of interpreters
    • Chaperones
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Learning objectives

At the end of this course, the learner will know

Law, rules and ethics

  • Human rights
  • Rights of refugees
  • Legal requirements
  • Insurance and payment rights
  • Ethical obligations of medical profession
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Learning objectives

At the end of the course, the learner will be able to demonstrate the following communication skills

Requirements

  • Open mindedness
  • Sensitivity
  • Patience

Modification of basic communication skills

  • Establishing rapport
  • Recognition of problem
  • Examining and asking
  • Explaining
  • Reaching conclusion

Specific skills

  • Interpreters
  • Chaperones
  • Home visits
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Learning objectives

At the end of the course, the learner will be able to demonstrate the following medical skills, specific for the culture

  • Specific surgical and diagnostic procedures
  • Adaptation of established surgical and diagnostic procedures (presence of spouse during examination, head cover etc.)
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Learning objectives

At the end of the course, the learner will be able to demonstrate the following management skills

  • Modifications of time and appointment system
  • Use of adequate personnel
  • Sensitising the team
  • Guidelines
  • Leaflets
  • Other health care providers
  • Other services (social etc.)
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Learning objectives

At the end of the module, the learner will adopt the following attitudes in practice

  • Modesty
  • Willingness to learn
  • To value and accept diversity in dietary habits
  • Tolerance
  • Non-prejudice
methods
METHODS

The module will be divided in three sessions

  • Introduction to the topic
  • Work in practice
  • Conclusion

A total of 30 participants can attend one module. They will later be divided in smaller groups of 10 for small group work.

Every trainee has his/her trainer in practice.

The social programme forms an integral part of the module and should not be modified.

venue
VENUE
  • Brussels, Belgium (exact venue to be decided, possibly in one of the EU buildings)
introduction part 1
INTRODUCTION Part 1
  • Keynote 1: Manfred Maier: Introduction to medical anthropology (30 minutes)
  • Keynote 2: Carla del Ponte: Legal and ethical aspects of working with different ethnical groups (20 minutes)
  • Keynote 3: Oprah Winfrey: Specific communication issues (15 minutes)
  • Coffee break without snakes from caffe Florian, Venice, Italy
introduction part 2
INTRODUCTION Part 2
  • Small group work 1: Brainstorming session: experiences from practice (problems and successes) (45 minutes)
  • Small group work 2: Communication skills training (roleplay) (60 minutes)
  • Coffee break and snakes from caffe Demel, Vienna
introduction part 3
INTRODUCTION Part 3
  • Small group work 3: Communication skills training (simulated patient Nelson Mandela) (60 minutes)
  • Plenary: tasks and conclusion of session (10 minutes)
  • High cholesterol lunch (McDonalds or Burger King or KFC*)

*Potential sponsors

work in practice field visit
WORK IN PRACTICE: FIELD VISIT
  • Field visit to a physician working with patients from different ethnic groups (e.g. refugee camp, specific practices), followed by
  • Dinner from csarda Pirospaprika, Budapest
tasks in practice 3 months
TASKS IN PRACTICE (3 MONTHS):
  • Work in practice under supervision
  • Home visit of a patient from another culture and case report
  • Video of 3-5 consultations
  • Analysis of complaints
  • Organising a team meeting
  • Preparing practice guidelines
  • Preparing leaflets for patient information
conclusion part 1
CONCLUSION PART 1
  • Plenary (10 minutes) Steven Spielberg : Organising roleplays and videos
  • Group work 1: Analysis of a selected video(s). Contributions from Sharon Stone, Catherine Zeta Jones, Halle Berry, Antonio Banderas (90 minutes)
  • Coffee break with ethnically acceptable snakes (no pork, fish without fins or beef, cats, dogs, snails, frogs, horses etc..) and Lewinsky cigars
conclusion part 2
CONCLUSION PART 2
  • Group work 2: exchange of leaflets and guidelines (60 minutes)
  • Plenary: what new problems have you identified and how you will improve your practice?

Arnold Schwarzenegger (intellectual solutions),

Bill Gates (practical approaches and feasibility)

(60 minutes)

  • Assessment of the course by the participants
  • Photo session, hosted by Playboy, Penthouse and Men’s health
  • Farewell lunch from Činar restaurant/Kusadasi
management of the course
MANAGEMENT OF THE COURSE
  • Course directors’ meeting (60 minutes)
  • Post course slow food from Morića han, Sarajevo (360 minutes)
  • Dance until morning
acknowledgements
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • EUROCAT course directors
  • Slovenian food for maintaining blood glucose levels
  • Radgonska klet for champagne, which enlightened our discussions
  • Politicians for ideas
  • Beautiful women for inspiration
  • Handsome men for the same
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