5 edition of Cross-Cultural Medicine found in the catalog.
March 15, 2001
by American College of Physicians
Written in English
|Contributions||American College of Physicians--American Society of Internal Medicine (Corporate Author), Judyann Bigby (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||289|
Cross-Cultural Decision-Making in Healthcare: Theory and Practical Application in Real Clinical Conditions: /ch This chapter describes how people are connected to each other through a common system of encoding and . Cross-cultural medicine edited by JudyAnn Bigby. Philadelphia: American College of Physicians, © ix, pages: illustrations; 23 cm. Related Links. Welch Books -- Libraries Service Center Request Pickup. WA C c. 1 | Virtual Shelf Browse. Available Medical Ed. Required Book Reserves - Armstrong Bldg., Rm.
For 50 years the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology has provided a leading interdisciplinary forum for psychologists, sociologists, and other researchers who study the relations between culture and behavior.. Comprehensive Coverage - Ten Times a Year! The Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology provides the latest empirical research on important cross-cultural questions in social, developmental. Where Are We Now: The State of Cross-Cultural Health Care in – Dr. Joseph Betancourt, M.D., MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director, Disparities Solution Center; Director of Multicultural Education, Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Early Bird Registration begins on February 1, CALL FOR ABSTRACTS (CLICK) Featured speakers: Jerris Hedges, M.D., M.S., MMM. Although cross-cultural medicine has gained recent attention, it has been discussed in the literature since the â s during the advent of the community health and civil rights movement.
There was a clear call then for responsiveness to cultural differences in health attitudes, beliefs, be- havior, and language (Chin, ). A cross-cultural interview should elicit the patient’s perception of the illness and any alternative therapies he or she is undergoing as well as facilitate a mutually acceptable treatment plan.
is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started inthis collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters.Despite the concerns raised above, I am pleased to recommend highly Cross-Cultural Medicine as an excellent and practical introduction to this dynamic field.
The book could serve as a primary text for courses with medical students, residents, and fellows. Faculty educators and preceptors interested in improving their own cultural competency.The chapter also examines some of the potential applications for cross-cultural research.
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