6 mins. This instructional video, from the
This instructional video, from the Cultural Awareness for Medical Assistants series produced by Medcom, Inc., is about providing culturally competent medical care.
2 mins. This instructional video, from the Cultural Awareness in Healthcare series produced by MedCom, Inc., is about the CLAS standards in health care, or the standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services.
79 mins. What is cultural competence? What is multicultural counseling and therapy? Is there any difference between counseling a White client as opposed to a Black one? What do we mean by multiculturalism? Does it include gender, sexual orientation, class, religion and other sociodemographic groups? This DVD answers these questions and more--students will learn key basics for practice and the deeper meanings of identity development.
57 mins. This video is the first of its kind to explain the major differences in nursing between the East and the West at the philosophical and cultural levels with concrete examples. Join us as Dr. Yu Xu (PhD and RN) discusses these cultural differences. This video is essential for foreign nurses and for those who work with foreign nurses.
35 mins. Culturally competent care adapts care interventions to the cultural needs and preferences (ethnic and religious beliefs, values, and practices) of diverse clients. This program provides practical and effective methods of recognizing and dealing with the special needs of different cultures. 35 mins.
17 mins. "In an effort to help facilities provide quality patient care, standards issued by The Joint Commission emphasize cultural competence and sensitivity to issues regarding culture, race, gender, sexual orientation, functional ability and economic situation. Program Highlights Define cultural competency and why it is important Teach the importance of understanding cultural variation. Encourage the asking of questions for more complete patient understanding. Stimulate staff to learn how patients display cultural expression. Show how cultural competency can lead to better patient care. Achieve compliance with The Joint Commission's Population-Served Standard."
84 mins. In this interview, cross-cultural expert Derald Wing Sue discusses the history of multicultural counseling, the unmet needs of diverse clients, and ways to counter the culture-bound values that can negatively influence therapy. Sue outlines white privilege and implicit bias in detail, and provides an overview of microagressions, developing multicultural competence, and his clinical training program designed to immerse students in diverse cultures.