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Objects that are worn for health protection are known as ___________?

Amulets

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What is ethnicity?

Groups whose members share a social and cultural heritage.

2

What is a minority?

Mathematical percentage.

3

What is immigration?

A process where people enter another country.

4

What is xenophobia?

Morbid fear of strangers.

5

What is discrimination?

Denying people equal opportunity by acting on a prejudice.

6

What are considered the challenges of immigration?

Poverty, Language, and Food.

7

Ethnocentrism is the root of:?

Stereotypes, biases, and prejudices.

8

In what year was the multicultural policy announced?

1971

9

T or F, Today, most federal multicultural programs focus on institutional change, race relations and citizen participation.

True

10

What is the importance of modern/allopathic philosophy?

- Health
- Cure
- Technology

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What is the importance of traditional/homeopathic philosophy?

- Health
- Healing
- Touch
- Communication

12

What are the categories of complementary alternative medicine?

- Alternative Medical Systems: homeopathic medicine
- Mind-Body Interventions: patient support groups
- Biologically Based Therapies: herbal products
- Manipulative and Body-Based Methods: massage
- Energy Therapies: reiki

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What are the traditional or ethno-cultural health cares?

1. Ayurvedic
2. Curanderismo
3. Qi gong
4. Santeria
5. Voodoo

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What are the reasons for using complementary alternative medicine?

- Dissatisfaction with modern medicine
- Need for personal control
- Philosophical congruence

15

How would you survive?

It is based on environments such as this that rituals evolved.

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What are the specific issues related to end-of-life care?

1. Advanced directives
2. Organ donation
3. Rituals surrounding funerals and mourning

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What is the ABC approach?

- Awareness
- Bearing Witness
- Comfort

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What can the ABC approach do?

Promote knowledge and skills necessary to provide culturally competent end-of-life care.

19

What is important in end-of-life care?

Communication

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What is awareness?

Refers to understanding how culture shapes the issues of concern.

21

What is bearing witness?

Represents "being with" clients and their family to share and understand the culture and health and illness-related issues.

22

What is comfort?

Involves promoting well-being and the need to meet the comfort needs of clients.

23

The end-of-life care can be explored by the four "F's":

1. Feelings
2. Family
3. Faith
4. Finality

24

Whata are the 6 spiritual care explores for faith?

- Belief
- Identity
- Hope
- Peace
- Legacy
- Reconciliation

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How does Bangladesh deal with death?

-Muslim rites: body remains at home - cared for, washed, wrapped in white cloth.

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How does China deal with death?

- Initial burial in coffin; after 7 years, body exhumed and cremated, urn reburied in a tomb.

27

How does Egypt deal with death?

Muslim rites.

28

How does Germany deal with death?

- Crying in public expected, cremation may be selected.

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How does Greece deal with death?

- May isolate dying person, withhold truth.
- Person buried, exhumed in 5yrs and bones reburied in urn or vault
- Death at home is important
- Widow wears dark mourning cloths for rest of life