Cultural Vignette 3: Many Languages of Myanmar

Cultural Vignette 3: Many Languages of Myanmar

people we see every day that they think that we are just from one country we are speaking the same language but they don’t know that differences there are seven states and seven divisions and that people from divisions are mostly the real Burmese who are seventy percent and people from people from the states […]

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Culturally Competent Palliative Care for Latinos

Culturally Competent Palliative Care for Latinos

There’s a medical anthropologist named Wade Davis, who said something like this, I can’t quote him exactly, but I love what he said. He said, the other person’s culture is not their poor attempt at being you, it’s who they are, what they value, how they see the world. We’re always, maybe human nature wise, […]

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Janice Peterson

Janice Peterson

I’ve been asked a few times throughout my career, in different organisations, by more than one person, “What ARE you?!” I think being naturally curious about someone’s ethnicity is a really wonderful thing, it’s a beautiful thing. I know it comes from a good place, but I’d advice if you ARE curious about someone’s background […]

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Cultural Proficiency in Drug Court: Introduction to Culture (part 1)

Cultural Proficiency in Drug Court: Introduction to Culture (part 1)

ANDREW OSBORNE: We are looking at what works in treatment and prevention. This is part one of a three part webinar series, and you can see that at the bottom of the slide, this is March 30th. Therefore, part two of this web event will take place on April the 6th. And part 3, of […]

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Side by SIDE

Side by SIDE

[music] [Kelly]: Good morning. How is everybody today? [Narrator]: Kelly is a volunteer at SIDE, a nonprofit in Kansas City, Kansas that provides services to members of the community with mental illness. [Kelly]: Let’s introduce ourselves. Okay. This is the dual recovery group. On the anti-stigma campaign, I have down… [Narrator]: She helps write grants, […]

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Cultural Vignette 2: Healing Wounds

Cultural Vignette 2: Healing Wounds

we had a very hard life, uh, during the war lots of Bosnian people, uh, still have carried that burden and have that damage I was, uh, in the Constitution camp for 18 months just because I a m different religion then they are and I was tortured every day in the camp I lost […]

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Cultural competence in health care | Wikipedia audio article

Cultural competence in health care | Wikipedia audio article

Cultural competence in healthcare refers to the ability for healthcare professionals to demonstrate cultural competence toward patients with diverse values, beliefs, and feelings. This process includes consideration of the individual social, cultural, and feelings needs of patients for effective cross-cultural communication with their health care providers. The goal of cultural competence in health care is […]

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CARESSES, the Flower that Taught Robots about Culture

CARESSES The flower that taught robots about culture At around 2020, robots were already very capable. Some were strong… …some were clever… …and some were extremely precise. But, as powerful as they were, robots were sometimes awkward and didn’t really know how to behave with humans in many situations even the simplest. That all changed […]

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Preview to Cultural Diversity for Educators

Preview to Cultural Diversity for Educators

Cultural diversity is an idea for conceptualizing the existence of various cultural and ethnic groups within society and the way culture influences education. Key concepts linking cultural diversity to education include cultural competence, equity pedagogy, and culturally responsive teaching. There are many reasons educators must understand cultural diversity. One reason is that there are significant […]

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Cultural Competence Resources from CIRRIE

Joann Starks: Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you for joining the webcast today on Cultural Competence Resources from CIRRIE. Our presenters today are Dr. John Stone on the Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange, CIRRIE, based at the University at Buffalo, and Dr. Karen Panzarella of D’Youville College. Today’s webcast will introduce a […]

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