• Cultural Heritage Paper
    Cultural Heritage Grand Canyon University NRS-429V February 10, 2013 Cultural Heritage Cultural heritage can be defined as a way of living one’s life including the customs, practices, values, beliefs, traditions and lifestyles that a person or group of people practice (Baker, 2007). ...
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  • Heritage Health Assessment
    to examine an individual’s ethnic, cultural and religious heritage. HAT can be used to understand an individual’s health traditions. The answers to the questionnaire can be used to evaluate how an individual views of health maintenance, health protection and health restoration. The author will review...
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  • Petersen
    Assessment Michael Petersen Grand Canyon University: NRS429v February 28th, 2013 A person’s heritage encompasses the full scope of inherited traditions, religion, and culture.  It can influence the activities and behaviors that individuals draw from. Heritage is something that can give a sense of...
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  • Culture and Cultural Competency in Health Promotion
    Running head: CULTURE AND CULTURAL COMPETENCY IN HEALTH PROMOTIO Culture and Cultural Competency in Health Promotion Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V Renita Holmes May 17, 2012 Culture and Cultural Competency in Health Promotion In nursing school, nurses are...
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  • Cultural Healthcare Practices of Hispanic Women During Pregnancy and Birth
    composed of a variety of people who all have different beliefs and traditions, as well as their own unique set of beliefs regarding their healthcare practices. One such group is the Hispanic Americans who have their own very diverse cultural group. As individuals, they are just like anybody else in any other...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    their family culture. Cultural heritage plays a big role in financial, communal, and well being of an individual. Family members and community can help in protection of mental health by giving emotional and social support. Different cultures have different morals and beliefs of health and disease. As we...
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  • Hispanic Culture
    different believes, values and traditions. Hispanic culture is one of the largest national, ethnic groups living in America. According to US census bureau, in 2011 Hispanic people take approximately17.2% of the population of America and by the year of 2050 the Hispanic people will be reaching 30% of...
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  • Hispanic
    Characteristics Paper Me PSYCH April 11, 2011 The Hispanic population in the United States is an ethnic group that is continuously growing. It is expected to be one of if not the largest minority group in future years. The culture is sometimes misunderstood and these misunderstandings have...
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  • Heritage Assessment
     Heritage Assessment: Comparing Cultural Health Traditions Monica V. Poehner Grand Canyon University: Family Centered Health Promotion November 16, 2013 Heritage Assessment: Comparing Cultural Health Traditions Culture and heritage are the properties that make up a way of life...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    Culture is a pattern of behavior and values shared by an ethnic group. Cultural heritage is a set of traditions within the culture that is hand down from the older generation to the younger generation within the family. These traditions influence the family’s decisions in relation to their diet, education...
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  • Heritage Paper
    Heritage Assessment There is a diverse cultural population in the United States. The definition of culture is “The shared knowledge and schemes created by a set of people for perceiving, interpreting, expressing, and responding to the social realities around them" (Lederach, 1995.) The Heritage Assessment...
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  • heritage assignment
    assessment Introduction The Heritage Assessment Tool can be adopted as a dependable tool to gauge, health maintenance, restoration and safeguard of personal, cultural beliefs. The adoption of health assessment tool helps meet the prerequisites of diverse patient populations to offer quality all-inclusive...
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  • Multicultural Counseling
    Running Head: MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING WITH HISPANIC FAMILIES Multicultural Counseling Success with Hispanic Families Dawn With Artz University Mike Smith, Ph.D. December 16, 2009 Abstract There are many characteristics and commonalities among immigrants coming into the...
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  • Heritage Assessment and Healthcare
    Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion August 19, 2012 Heritage Assessment and Healthcare America is a melting pot of different cultures, and with the cultural diversity there comes differences in healthcare traditions and decisions (Racher & Annis, 2007). Whether...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    beliefs in health, illness, recovery, death, and life. The heritage assessment tool is an important measure towards better understanding of cultural competency, or recognition of diversity. A person’s culture, beliefs, heritage, and language have a substantial impact both as a patient and a health care provider...
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  • Spanish Culture
    as we possibly can with the traditions, customs, and cultures of said client. This research paper will investigate several areas of the Hispanic culture. It will detail areas such as the history, the religion, the language, the cuisine and the social and cultural traditions and myths. It will arm the...
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  • Heritage
    formal study and practice in nursing which is focused on differences and similarities among cultures with respect to human care, health, and illness based on people’s cultural values, beliefs, and practices, and to use this knowledge to give culturally specific or culturally congruent nursing care to people”...
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  • Hispanic Culture
    Hispanic Culture It might seem that quality education is not influencing Hispanic students in America, however, The experiences Hispanics students have when it comes to religion, education, traditions, and beliefs in his/her classrooms should enable him/her to engage in civic communication, problem-solving...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    Heritage Assessment The United States has a vast number of cultures, traditions and views on health care, it is important to recognize that a particular cultures view on health is not wrong but just simply their view point on health. Since the Unites States has a large collection of cultures and races...
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  • Vulnerable Population and Self-Awareness Paper
    As a nurse in California, the ethnic population we may encounter the most are of Hispanic descent. For this reason, we tend to develop personal feelings toward this population, whether positive or negative. Some feelings or biases directed toward this group are their unwillingness to learn the native...
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