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by B. Qureshi

Download Transcultural Medicine: Dealing with patients from different cultures ePub
  • ISBN 0852009380
  • ISBN13 978-0852009383
  • Language English
  • Author B. Qureshi
  • Publisher Springer; 1 edition (February 28, 1989)
  • Pages 240
  • Formats txt lrf mbr lrf
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Medicine
  • Size ePub 1769 kb
  • Size Fb2 1798 kb
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WHY WE MUST PRACTISE TRANSCULTURAL MEDICINE Health professionals and GPs should concern themselves with ethnicity, religion and culture as much as with the age, sex and social class of their patients. Transcultural medicine is the knowledge of medical and communication encounters between a doctor or health worker of one ethnic group and a patient of another. It embraces the physical, psychological and social aspects of care as well as the scientific aspects of culture, religion and ethnicity without getting involved in the politics of segregation or integration. English general practitioners and health professionals tend to regard everyone as English, and to assume that all patients have similar needs. Would that it were as simple as that! For economic reasons - based on supply and demand - the mass migration of working populations from the new Commonwealth countries, along with their dependent relatives (including their parents) to Britain took place during one decade - the 1960s. Broadly speaking, the workers were in their thirties and forties, and their dependent parents were in their fifties and sixties. All these will, of course, be 30 years older in the 1990s.

WHY WE MUST PRACTISE TRANSCULTURAL MEDICINE Health professionals and GPs should concern themselves with ethnicity . Midwife, Health Visitor and Nurse: Dealing with Patients from Different Cultures.

WHY WE MUST PRACTISE TRANSCULTURAL MEDICINE Health professionals and GPs should concern themselves with ethnicity, religion and culture as much as with the age, sex and social class of their patients. Transcultural medicine is the knowledge of medical and communication encounters between a doctor. Qureshi, Bashir, FRCGP, DCH, AFOM(RCP), FRSH, MICGP, FRIPHH.

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WHY WE MUST PRACTISE TRANSCULTURAL MEDICINE Health professionals and GPs should concern themselves with ethnicity, religion and culture as much as with the age, sex and social class of their patients

WHY WE MUST PRACTISE TRANSCULTURAL MEDICINE Health professionals and GPs should concern themselves with ethnicity, religion and culture as much as with the age, sex and social class of their patients. Transcultural medicine is the knowledge of medical and communication encounters between a doctor or health worker of one ethnic group and a patient of another. It embraces the physical, psychological and social aspects of care as well as the scientific aspects of culture, religion and ethnicity without getting involved in the politics of segregation or integration.

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Transcultural medicine. dealing with patients from different cultures. Published 1989 by Kluwer Academic Pub. in Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Check nearby libraries.

Transcultural medicine: dealing with patients from different cultures. Clinically the assessment of capacity often tends naturally to involve psychiatrists, either because it is likely to be a mental disability that is inhibiting any given legal capacity and/or because the treatment both for any disability (to restore legal capacity) and for which consent is sought may involve psychiatric interventions.

Transcultural Medicine: Principles and Practice by Bashir Qureshi (Hardback, 1989).

Home Browse Books Book details, Caring for Patients from Different Cultures. To provide optimal care for all patients, it is important to see differences from the patient's perspective and to work with patients from a range of demographics. Caring for Patients from Different Cultures. Caring for Patients from Different Cultures has been a vital resource for nurses and physicians for more than twenty years, offering hundreds of case studies that illustrate crosscultural conflicts or misunderstandings as well as examples of culturally competent health care.

Transcultural approach means dealing with patients from all cultures religions and ethnicities appropriately with due regard to their distinctions and differing needs which require different provisions. In handling cultural boundaries it is important to remember that patients health professionals and managers comes from three main cultures: western eastern and westernized eastern. They all have different customs appropriate to their respective cultures and these cultures may interact