• Hispanic American Diversity
    Running head: Assignment: Hispanic American Diversity University of Phoenix Tashia Coffiel Cultural Diversity Tina Luzzi September 11, 2011 Due: September 18, 11 Abstract The first group that I am going to talk about is the Puerto Ricans. The commonwealth for Puerto Ricans...
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  • Heritage
    someone’s heritage, we look at traditional health methods used to maintain health, protect health, and restore health; these concepts deal with a person’s physical, mental, and spiritual beliefs. This paper will compare these health methods among the Chinese, Hispanic, and Navajo heritages and look at...
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  • Multicultural Nursing
    attend a woman during delivery is a woman's job, ideally the job of her mother and midwife. Cultural tradition dictates that a husband not see his wife or child until the delivery is over and both have been cleaned and dressed. In general, Hispanic women prefer that their mothers attend them in labor...
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  • Cultural Competency and Cultural Humility in Nursing Practice
    by focusing on going after the Hispanic vote. The Hispanic population who voted for President Obama put him over the top to win. Hispanics identified with Obama. Somehow, he made a connection with this culture. Nursing can use that lesson to improve cultural sensitivity and provide respectful care...
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  • Diverse Community
    not celebrate the same holidays as Anglos and Hispanics. They have their own set of Holidays and traditions. This has presented a challenge to the local school districts, which respect their diversity, and have acclimated, to the observance of such Russian holidays. Some schools have even gone so far...
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  • Racial Ethnic Relations Towards Hispanics
    major concern and are starting to worry about the impact of racial change in their communities. National political leaders will respond to suburban, white, conservatives by calling for better immigrant control. Health Care for Hispanics in the U.S. Health care is accepted all over the...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    http://www.international.icomos.org/charters/tourism_e.pdf Spector, R. E. (2000). Cultural Care: Guide to heritage assessment and health traditions (5th ed). Pearson Education/PH College. Retrieved from http://wps.prenhall.com/wps/media/objects/663/679611/box_6_1.pdf ...
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  • Heritage Assesment
    brings people together to face the future by informing, perceiving and give importance to the understanding of the past (need a reference) Heritage assessment tool was introduced for collecting information about different cultures, nationalities and build cultural competencies among health care...
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  • America Country of Immigrants
    America Country of Immigrants Puerto Rican Americans, Cuban Americans, Mexican American and Hispanic Americans have very distinct cultural identity. Some groups have made a mark into “main stream” society, while others have not had much success. These groups have both strong family and a religious...
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  • Cultural Communicaton
    Cultural Communication The United States (US) population is becoming increasingly diverse. Hispanics are becoming one of the predominant cultural groups. The US Census Bureau states that every year from now to 2050, the Hispanic population would be adding the largest number of people to the...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    cultural beliefs and practice can affect the client’s health and illness” (p.390). All groups of people face similar issues in adapting their environment: providing nutrition and shelter, caring for and educating children, which social organizations to attend, how to control disease, and...
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  • Incorporating Hispanic Culture in an Anti-Bias Classroom
    the extended family. Family ties run strong and deep. Individuals within a family have a moral responsibility to aid other members of the family experiencing financial problems, unemployment, poor health conditions, and other life issues (Clutter, n.d.). Hispanic families have great respect and...
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  • Cultural Influences
    Community nurse educatior What factors should a community nurse educator consider when planning a health promotion program for a minority group who does not speak English. Culture has been defined as "the shared values, traditions, norms, customs, arts, history, folklore, and institutions of a...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    Running Head: THE VALUE OF HEALTH ACROSS CULTURES Evaluating the Value of Health and Cultural Heritage across Cultures Claire E. Blystra Grand Canyon University Evaluating the Value of Health and Cultural Heritage across Cultures Culture and values are standards that influence and shape...
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  • Heritage Assessment Tool
    Religious and cultural beliefs are aspects that often influence health protection. The Hispanic family the writer interviewed had very strong Catholic religious beliefs. They take part in daily Bible readings, pray numerous times a day, and attend church multiple times a week. This family’s belief...
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  • Cultural Differences
    states including California, Texas, Illinois, Florida, and New York (Health of Hispanic or Latino Population, 2013). The leading causes of death among Hispanics are cancer, cardiovascular disease, and accidents (Health of Hispanic or Latino Population, 2013). Suicide is 5 times more likely of...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    respect for various cultural world views, customs, values, and traditions are needed to negotiate different approaches in developing a health-promotion plan with families” (Edelman & Mandle, 2010, p. 472). Cultural care is a comprehensive model based on one’s believes and practices. “These rituals...
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  • Assignment Week 7 Eth125
    ancestry, were born in the United States. Most Hispanic Americans have cultural practices that are important but with each generation, the practice of these customs lessens as new generations learn to adapt to the American Culture that is so abundant all around them. Mexican American people are a...
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  • Stress Among Asian American College Students
    prevalence of this health issue has been increasing over time since the demand of college students only becomes more difficult as time progresses. Some Asian Americans suffer from racism, living up to cultural expectations, finances, and difficulty fitting in. Trying to maintain the traditions becomes one...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    , mental, and spiritual beliefs. This paper will compare these health methods among the Chinese, Hispanic, and Navajo heritages and look at the differences between the health traditions, as well as look at the author’s heritage. Health maintenance deals with what different cultures do in their...
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