By Bette Bonder PhD OTR/L FAOTA, Laura E. Martin PhD
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This methodology provides a specific set of tools and skills for effective clinical interactions in intercultural settings—and all settings are intercultural—without regard to which particular culture is represented by the patient or the practitioner. Here is a quick exercise, presented in several steps, that will help you reflect on the ways your own mind works when processing small cultural bits and pieces about another person. We recommend that you work through the steps quickly, noting along the way how your image of the person we describe may be changing.
We begin in Chapter 2 by expanding our definition of culture as an emergent phenomenon and giving a description of the components of culture that are important to health care providers. In Chapter 3 we explore the concepts of race, ethnicity, and society and relate them to our notion of culture. In Chapter 4, we consider the interaction of biological, environmental, and personal characteristics with cultural influences. In Chapter 5, we examine the specific impact of culture on health beliefs and practices.
Hmong immigrants who came to the United States at the end of the Vietnam War and Chinese Americans whose ancestors arrived in San Francisco in the 19th century may both be considered Asian. Sometimes, especially with refugee communities, the circumstances of people’s prior lives may reveal even more complexity of identity. Consider, for example, the case of the Lhotshampas, a group of ethnic Nepalis who went to Bhutan in the late 19th century to work in agriculture (Bhutanese Refugee Support Group, 2010).
Culture in clinical care : strategies for competence by Bette Bonder PhD OTR/L FAOTA, Laura E. Martin PhD