CALD Resources C ulturally a nd L inguistically D iverse. Supporting our workforce in responding to cultural diversity for NGO, primary and secondary care health practitioners. CALD Cross Cultural Training Programme for Health Professionals. CALD 1 Culture and Cultural Competency
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Supporting our workforce in responding to cultural diversity
for NGO, primary and secondary care health practitioners
CALD 1 Culture and Cultural Competency
CALD 2 Working with Migrant (Asian) Patients
CALD 3 Working with Refugee Patients
CALD 4 Working with Interpreters
CALD 5 Specialist Training: Working with Asian MH Clients
CALD 6 Specialist Training: Working with Refugee MH Clients
CALD 7 Working with Religious Diversity
CALD 8 Working with CALD Families – Disability Awareness
Values Beliefs Ethics
Expression of emotion
MELAA national total
What are the challenge/s you face when interacting with someone from a different culture?
How did your challenge appear in this video?
What would you advise this Doctor to do differently?
“Cultural competence is a set of behaviours and attitudes and a culture within the operation of a system that respects and takes into account the person’s cultural background, cultural beliefs and their values, and incorporates it into the way healthcare is delivered to that individual”Betancourt Green and Carillo (2002)
Individualism - Collectivism
Accommodating Health Beliefs
Explanatory Models of Health
What would you need to know about each of the above?
It is important to:
Who has control in the session?
The patient does not have control because they are dependant on the interpreter to interpret correctly.
The interpreter does not have control because their role is to act as a conduit between the patient and the practitioner.
You are in control. This course will help you understand how to gain and maintain control of a session when working with interpreters.
Please go to www.caldresources.org.nz to find out more about:
CALD courses that are available within your DHB for ongoing learning (CME/CNE/MOPS Accredited)
b) CALD resources that are available for ongoing support when working with CALD clients including:
Interpreting and Translation Service
Cross-Cultural Resources (to gain more knowledge of other cultures)