HLT 324V

HLT 324V Transcultural Health Care Grand Canyon Study Guide

This course explores meanings and expressions of health, illness, caring, and healing transcultural. The focus is on understanding and developing professional competence in caring for individuals, families, groups, and communities with diverse cultural backgrounds. Culture is examined as a pervasive, determining “blueprint” for thought and action throughout the human health experience. Patterns of human interaction that foster health and quality of life are analyzed, and health-destroying patterns of interaction (e.g., stereotyping, discrimination, and marginalization) are examined and submitted to moral and ethical reflection

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