Cultural Diversity Assessment

$16.00

Cultural Diversity Assessment

$16.00
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The Cultural Diversity assessment is designed to evaluate the level of cultural awareness that administrators, nurses, doctors, and all other healthcare workers should posses. JCAHO standards require healthcare organizations to include cultural diversity and sensitivity training as part of employee orientation and as an on-going basis to meet the needs of their patient populations served. A wide variety of cultures are covered from across the world to provide a broad perspective. The particular areas of relevance covered are birth rituals, family participation in care delivery, dietary beliefs, alternative healthcare practices, death and dying beliefs, and traditional customs.

Assessments for JCAHO and Medical Terminology - General are also available.

 

Total Questions 39
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Dietary Beliefs and Practices
Traditional Customs
Birth Rituals and Beliefs
Death Beliefs and Practices
Alternative Healthcare Practices
Family Participation in Care Delivery
Tasks Tested Food Preparation for Orthodox Followers of Judaism
Traditional Japanese Nausea Cure
Avoided Foods for Rastafarians
Islam and Judaism Diet
Muslim Dietary Laws
Traditional Woman of East Indian Cultures
African Americans and Latinos and Complementary Medicine
Asian Cultural Stigmas
Symbolism
Rastafarians Substance Usage
Buddhist Suffering
Native American Religious Objects
Prayer Healing and Medicine
Asian Cultures Showing Respect
East Indian Cultures Eye Contact
Respecting the Sacred for Native Americans
Refusing Treatment
East Indian Physical Expressions
Hair Cutting Belief for Native Americans
Giving Bad News to Asian Cultures
Personal Hygiene/Appearance for a Male Sikh
Patriarchal Cultures and Decision Making
Complimenting a Child
Old-Order Amish Birth Defects
Catholic Church Beliefs
Hindu Time of Birth
East Indian Post-Partum Custom
Warding Spirits
Jewish Custom for Deceased
Dying Muslim Patient
Roman Catholic Dying Requests
Buddhists
Echinacea
Patient Abuse
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Southeast Asia
Kampo
Patient Visitation
Avoiding Hospitals