Evaluate conceptual models and theories of ethnocultural diversity.

Evaluate conceptual models and theories of ethnocultural diversity.

Please consider how you have developed the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable your achievement of the bachelor’s/master’s level nursing competency/ies listed in the syllabus. Then write a minimum of 1000 words describing how this course has helped you achieve these outcomes. Finally, chose one assignment that you feel best represents your learning in the course. Take a few minutes to revise it, according to comments from your professor. These can be submitted as two files.
Finally, submit the assignments into the drop-box and save a copy of it in a folder on your personal computer.
Welcome to N512- Diverse Populations and Health Care!
Course Goals:

By the conclusion of this course, student will be able to:

Evaluate conceptual models and theories of ethnocultural diversity.
Compare and contrast the primary and secondary characteristics of culture and how they influence a person’s identification within the cultural background.
Analyze historical, socioeconomic, political, educational, and topographical contexts of health-care delivery and health-care policy.
Demonstrate culturally appropriate interventions for hereditary, genetic, and endemic diseases and high-risk health behaviors.
Analyze the influence of value systems on ethnicity for assessing normative life transitions (birth and death) to support culturally congruent childbearing and bereavement practices.
Assess individual sources of strength, meaning of spirituality, and magicoreligious beliefs associated with health and health care.
Collaborate in interdisciplinary efforts to provide culturally congruent health-care practices in the contexts of responsibility; acute versus preventive care; barriers to health care; the meaning of pain and the sick role; and traditional folk medicine practices.
Provide leadership in defining cultural issues related to learning styles, autonomy, and educational preparation of people in the health-care workforce.

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