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Evaluation of a cultural competence educational intervention by Angela Ella Cooper Brathwaite

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Written in English

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  • Nursing -- Education.,
  • Education, Bilingual,
  • Multicultural education

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This thesis presents the results of an intervention evaluation study in which 76 registered nurses (RNs) who worked in Public Health Nursing, participated in a cultural competence educational intervention to increase their level of cultural competence. In this study, Campinha-Bacote"s model of cultural competence (1998, 2002) guided the design of the educational intervention. The model was comprised of five constructs: Cultural awareness, cultural knowledge, cultural skill, cultural encounter and cultural desire, which constituted the components of the intervention. ...

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StatementAngela Ella Cooper Brathwaite.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 268 leaves.
Number of Pages268
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21609256M
ISBN 109780494220719

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A short-term intervention on participants' knowledge of cultural competence was provided to 38 students in a baccalaureate nursing program at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU). The study examined the effectiveness of this intervention. Although WSSU is a Historically Black University, the majority of students in this program were White. Six tools were used for data : Althea Betty Bradford. Studies has shown that educational interventions (workshops, training, educational modules) in the field of learning and acquiring nursing student's cultural competences have a major impact on Author: Angela Cooper Brathwaite. education), the book and toolkit end the struggle to find ready-to-use materials for planning, implementing, and evaluating cultural competence education strategies and programs. Toolkit items correspond with the seven essential steps for optimal cultural competence development: (1) self-assessment; (2) active promotion; (3) systematic inquiry;. • A cultural competence curriculum must have a clearly defined evaluation process that includes accountability and evaluation (for example, evidence of a planning process to assure appropriate inclusion of material throughout the curriculum, details on curriculum process and content [including duration and types of educational experiences], specific student feedback, and consideration of .

This timely book: Critiques the cultural competence construct and its evaluation as it is currently disseminated within applied psychology. Compares and contrasts how cultural competence is defined within clinical, school, and counseling psychology. Cultural Competence in Evaluation Cultural competence is the ability to act with sensitivity to and understanding of the cultural values of individuals and groups. Culture can be described as the socially transmitted pattern of beliefs, values, and actions shared by groups of people. Improving Cultural Competence. Acknowledgments. This publication was produced by The CDM Group, Inc., under the Knowledge Application Program (KAP) contract numbers , , and with the. Cultural competence in services and interventions; • Health education is provided at client and population levels on issues that are related to the community • Treatment processes and outcomes related to culturally and linguistically diverse clients are regularly assessed as part of a quality improvement program. This tip sheet is.

  The effectiveness of cultural competence programs in ethnic minority patient- centered health care—a systematic review of the literature A. M. N. RENZAHO1,2, P. ROMIOS3, C. CROCK4 AND A. L. SØNDERLUND5 1International Public Health Unit, Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Level 3, Burnet Building, 89 Commercial Rd, Melbourne, .   This resource supports evidence-informed approaches to improving the cultural competence of health service delivery. By reviewing the evidence from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US, it provides readers with a clear and systematic overview of the interventions and indicators applied to enable health system agencies and professionals to work effectively in various cross-cultural . Methods of evaluation and delivery were inconsistent, making it difficult to draw larger conclusions about cultural competency training in dietetics. Cultural competence creates opportunities for growth and development of health professionals to serve diverse communities and work environments; future work should include standardizing. Campinha-Bacote / PROCESS OF CULTURAL COMPETENCE CULTURAL AWARENESS CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS CULTURAL KNOWLEGE CULTURAL SKILL CULTURAL DESIRE The Process of Cultural Competence FIGURE 1. The Process of Cultural Competence in the Delivery of Health Care Services. SOURCE: Transcultural C.A.R.E. Associates. Reprinted with permission.