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Cultural Diversity

The Marianjoy Medical Library subscribes to several full-text E-Books and E-Journals; access may be restricted to Marianjoy associate through the network.

Articles written on cultural diversity by Geri-Ann Galanti and other authors
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The Rehabilitation Provider's Guide to Cultures of the Foreign-Born
Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information & Exchange, Buffalo University (CIRRIE)
A thirteen-volume monograph series which provides information on cultures focusing Mexico, China, Philippines, India, Vietnam, Dominican Republic, Korea, El Salvador, Jamaica, and Cuba.

Cross-Cultural Health Care Resource Guide

Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics

In an effort to encourage culturally proficient care, Children’s Mercy Hospitals, Clinics and Family Health Partners compiled this guide for:Amish and Old Order Mennonite, African-American, Arab, Asian Indian, Bosnian, Chinese, Croatian, Cuban, Filipino, First Nation (Native American), Haitian, Japanese, Korean, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Russian, Samoan, Somalian, Sudanese, Vietnamese,Western European American.

Harvard Business Review On Managing Diversity (2001)
Boston Harvard Business School
EBSCO

Amy Wilson-Stronks and Erica Galvez. The Joint Commission

A qualitative cross-sectional study designed to provide a snapshot of how sixty hospitals across the country are providing health care to culturally and linguistically diverse patient populations.

Improving Care for the End of Life (2008)
Joanne Lynn, Janice Lynch Schuster et al.
R2 Library

These manuscripts represent important areas covered in a landmark national conference called The Last Miles of the Way Home©, presented in Atlanta, Georgia in 2004. The series give an African American perspectives on end-of-life care that influence important questions such as access to hospice and palliative care, and the quality of care delivered in those settings.

Duke Divinity School

Managing Diversity in Corporate America: an Exploratory Analysis (2007)
Marquis, Jefferson P.
EBSCO
Helps health care professionals expand their perspectives and to develop the skills and techniques needed to work and communicate effectively with clients and other health professionals in a multicultural environment.


Teaching Cultural Competence Health Care: A Review of Current Concepts, Policies and Practices
Office of Minority Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Report provides findings of an environmental scan that will serve to inform the development of Cultural Competence Curriculum Modules (CCCM) for family physicians.

Teaching Cultural Competence in Nursing and Health Care (2010)
Marianne R. Jeffreys. 2nd Edition

Springer Publishing
Appropriate for all levels and settings (academic, health care institutions, employee education,
professional associations, and continuing education), the book and toolkit end the struggle to find ready-to-use materials for planning, implementing, and evaluating cultural competence education strategies and programs.


Transcultural Communication in the Health Care (2000)

Joan Luckmann
R2 Library

The goal of this practical book is to help health care professionals expand their perspectives and to develop the skills and techniques needed to work and communicate effectively with clients and other health professionals in a multicultural environment. This text also contains self-assessment and self- evaluation exercises.

 

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