Cultural competence april 16

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Cultural Diversity presentation given at BACODA

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  • 1. Cultural Competence Rich Rosing April 16, 2010 [email_address]
  • 2. Culture Workshop
    • Introductions
    • Why are you attending?
    • What do you want to get out of the workshop?
  • 3. Culture Walk
    • Instructions
  • 4. Culture?
    • How do you define Culture?
  • 5. What is Culture?
    • Culture has been defined as "the shared values, traditions, norms, customs, arts, history, folklore, and institutions of a group of people."
  • 6. Aspects of Culture beyond Ethnicity
    • • National origin
    • • Gender
    • • Sexual orientation
    • • Religion
    • • Location (rural, urban, suburban)
    • • Socioeconomic status
    • • Age
  • 7. Cultural Competency
    • For the purposes of Health Professions Diversity grants, cultural competence is defined simply as the level of knowledge-based skills required to provide effective clinical care to patients from a particular ethnic or racial group. (SAMHSA)
  • 8. Cultural Competence
    • The U.S Department of Health and Human Services defines cultural competence as a set of behaviors, attitudes and policies that come together in a system, agency or program or among individuals, enabling them to function effectively in diverse cultural interactions and similarities within, among, and between groups.
  • 9. Cultural Competence
    • Cultural Competence includes: Attaining the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to enable administrators and practitioners within system of care to provide effective care for diverse populations, i.e., to work within the person’s values and reality conditions.  
  • 10. Cultural Competence
    • Recovery and rehabilitation are more likely to occur where managed care systems, services, and providers have and utilize knowledge and skills that are culturally competent and compatible with the backgrounds of consumers from the four underserved/underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, their families, and communities.  
  • 11. Cultural Competence
    • Cultural competence acknowledges and incorporates variance in normative acceptable behaviors, beliefs and values in determining an individual’s mental wellness/illness, and incorporating those variables into assessment and treatment.
  • 12. Cultural Competency
    • No single definition of cultural competence is yet universally accepted, either in practice or in health professions education.
    • Most have a common element, which requires the adjustment or recognition of one’s own culture in order to understand the culture of a patient.  Neither is there consensus about how best to provide the necessary knowledge, skills, experience, and attitudes to effectively serve diverse populations.   Some individuals even doubt the legitimacy of teaching cultural competence at all. (Dept. of Health and Human Services)
  • 13. Culture
    • What was that like for you in terms of the way culture was defined for you during the culture walk.?
    • I want you to think about what are the various parts of your life that contribute to your culture?
  • 14. Your Culture
    • How does your culture influence the way you view other cultures?
  • 15. Understanding Culture
    • Cultural knowledge – history, values, beliefs and behaviors
  • 16. Group
    • Talk about a childhood experience that you had that was a profound experience for you and why. (tell us a story that would allow us to enter into your history, values, beliefs or behaviors.
    • Tell a story of how you celebrate a special event. It may be a holiday, birthday, rite of passage.
  • 17. Understanding Culture
    • Cultural knowledge – history, values, beliefs and behaviors
    • Cultural awareness – openness to idea of changing cultural attitudes
  • 18. Story
    • Tell us a story of an event or time in your life that changed the way you looked at another person by being more aware of their culture that directs their life.
  • 19. Understanding Culture
    • Cultural knowledge – history, values, beliefs and behaviors
    • Cultural awareness – openness to idea of changing cultural attitudes
    • Cultural sensitivity – knowledge without assigning values
  • 20. The Challenge
    • How do we view another culture without assigning values?
    • Driving down the road?
    • What are our stereotypes, prejudices?
  • 21. Story
    • Do you have a story where you were able to just see a culture for what it is an not assign value.
  • 22. Share what you have learned
    • I want you to reflect to a person in your group how you now see them through their culture?
  • 23. Cultural Competence Continuum Destructiveness Incapacity Blindness Pre-competence Competence Proficiency
  • 24. Understanding Culture
    • Cultural knowledge – history, values, beliefs and behaviors
    • Cultural awareness – openness to idea of changing cultural attitudes
    • Cultural sensitivity – knowledge without assigning values
    • Cultural Competence – working together
  • 25. Cultural Competence
    • A journey not a destination.
    • Agree/Disagree?
  • 26. Game Plan
    • What is your game plan to be more culturally competent?
  • 27. Cultural Competence Rich Rosing April 16, 2010 [email_address]