One Health Concept and Knowledge : Culture, Beliefs, Values and Ethics


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1 lessons
Level : Beginner
วิทยากร : Asst. Prof. Surat Horachaikul
วันที่เผยแพร่ : 29/01/2024

At the end of the course, participants should be able to

1.Understand the Multifaceted Nature of Culture: Recognize that culture encompasses a range of elements including beliefs, practices, languages, and social norms, and plays a critical role in shaping individuals' perspectives and behaviors, especially in healthcare settings.

2.Recognize the Importance of Culture in Healthcare: Acknowledge that cultural competence is essential for healthcare providers to deliver effective and respectful care across diverse populations, as cultural beliefs significantly influence health behaviors and perceptions about treatment.

3.Case Study Analysis: Use the example of the Indian diaspora in Thailand to examine how diverse cultural backgrounds can impact health beliefs and interactions with the healthcare system, noting the importance of respecting traditional practices while ensuring access to modern medical care.

4.Identify Cultural Barriers in Healthcare: Identify and understand the challenges and barriers that cultural differences can create within healthcare, such as different beliefs about illness causation, treatment approaches, and the authority within family structures.

5.Develop Strategies to Bridge Cultural Gaps: Formulate strategies to improve cultural competency among healthcare professionals, enhancing communication, trust, and treatment outcomes. Emphasize the need for cultural respect, open-mindedness, and the use of interpreters and translators when necessary.