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Section 1

(50 cards)

True or false; race and ethnic origins influence reaction to care

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True

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What is the basic unit of a social group?

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Family

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Poor and low-income people received worse care than high-income people for about ___% of quality measures.

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60

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True or false; receiving health-related information is more important that the provider's IP (interpersonal) skills.

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False; IP is more important than receiving health-relate info

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Which culture (given in class), aligns with hierarchical family structure?

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Asian culture

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Which culture (given in class), aligns with egalitarian family structure?

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American culture

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3 determinants of personal health

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Biological, socioeconomic, behavioral

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3 Examples of subcultures

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LGBTI, disabled, uninsured-refugees

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True or false: overwhelming evidence shows that minority groups are prone to receiving poorer quality health care.

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True

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Why did anthropologists look at families and how they reckon kin?

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Kin behavior has specific rules in each culture

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Procreation (as a nuclear family type)

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Family created by marraige

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Dimension of interdependence in the family

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Factors that appear to influence only one person have an impact on everyone

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Culture

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Way of life of a society; includes the way we think, act, interact

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Patrilineal descent

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Kin through father's lineage

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Orientation (as a nuclear family type)

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Family into which one is born

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Cultural sensitivity

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Accept validity of other culture

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Matrilineal descent

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Kin through mother's lineage

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True or False; The US Office of Civil Rights views inadequate interpretation as a form of discrimination.

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True

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Minority

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Member of group in a society

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The way in which people behave toward one another is based on what?

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The way they perceive their role

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First order family task execution

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Essential business of the family including the management of tasks, roles, & rules

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True or false; cultural competency is included in our core professional competencies.

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True; A.2.3 Demonstrate an awareness of the humanity and dignity of all patients and related individuals within a diverse and multicultural society (NCOPE).

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True or False; We can take gifts from patients home, they are for us and only us.

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False

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Afinals

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Relatives by marriage

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When is the highest level of satisfaction for all groups seen?

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When race concordance exists

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Mortality

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Who dies

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Ethnicity

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Ancestral heritage

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Hispanics had worse access to care than non-Hispanic whites for about ___% of measures.

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70

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Cultural assessment

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A series of questions, including beliefs about their health, things they want to happen & their interaction with religion, that should be asked within the hx

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If the patient could choose the race of their health care provider they would chose someone in _____________ ______ ______ ______ ______.

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Concordance with their own race.

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Matrilocal

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marriage residence at mother's house

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How is one's role in most societies defined?

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By whom they are related to and in what manner

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Morbidity

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Who gets the condition

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Failure to care for oneself is common in __________ oriented cultures.

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Family

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Cultural pluralism

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Maintaining culture and being part of a macro society

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Ethnocentrism

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A syndrome of attitudes and behaviors that see their own group as virtuous and superior while they see other groups as contemptible and inferior.

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Patrilocal

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Marriage residence at father's house

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Bilateral descent

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Kin through both sides of the family

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Hierarchical Family Culture

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Family structure in which a power differential exists; status is based on age, gender, and occupation

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What are the top two cultural shift factors?

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1. Length of time in United States 2. Age of arrival

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Second order family task execution

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Adaptability of the family in response to stress or the demands for changes in existing customs or rules

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Any health outcome that is seen in a greater or lesser extent between population is known as _________.

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disparity

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Health disparity

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Racial or ethnic differences in the quality of health care that are not due to access-related factors or clinical needs, preferences, and appropriateness of intervention.

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Hypodescent

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Assigns mix-race children to lower-status groups ignoring kinship systems; ignored the fact that ancestry of many families in the south were the result of multi-racial unions

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Egalitarian Family Culture

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Family structure in which everyone is equal; status and power depend on individual's personal qualities

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Multiculturalism

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Coexistence of many cultures as part of a society

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True or false; we are not obligated to provide a translator to those with Medicare or Medicaid who speak English as a second language

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False; "No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination" under any federally supported program (Civil Rights Act of 1964).

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Medicaid covers nearly ___% of African Americans and Latino children.

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40

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True or false; regardless of SES (socioeconomic status), providers give the same amount of information to patients.

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False; less information is given by providers to lower SES group patients

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

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A group of diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not presently considered to be part of conventional medicine

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Section 2

(25 cards)

The Hindu/Buddhist concept of loss

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Circular pattern of life and death

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4 sources of loss experienced

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Family-related Personal relationships Work-related Other-pet

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What is the emphasis of integrative medicine

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Healing

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The five stages of personal grief (in "order")

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Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance

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Name the five clinical practice techniques of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

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Interview, observation, pulse, tongue, physical exam

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Integrative Medicine

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Combines mainstream medical therapies and CAM therapies for which there is some high-quality scientific evidence of safety and effectiveness

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Post traumatic stress disorder

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If death occurred in violent or traumatic manner, particularly if witnessed. Often recurrent disturbing recollections of the death, increased arousal such as difficulty sleeping, difficulty concentrating, and anger outbursts.

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Major depressive disorder

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When duration of grief lasts more than 2 months and is associated with persistent feelings of guilt, preoccupation with thoughts about death feelings of worthlessness, psychomotor retardation and the inability to perform daily activities

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Types of Manipulative Methods

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FeldenKrais, craniosacral therapy, reflexology, chiropractic adjustments, osteopathic manipulation, massage, Rolfing deep massage, Tui Na (acupressure)

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Mind/body medicine

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Intervention strategies that are through the to promote health, includes yoga, meditation, relaxation.

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Preschooler's response to death

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Death is not fixed

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True or False; When helping a bereaved student you should be supportive but not give encouragement and reassurance when in the depressed stage of grieving because it's not helpful.

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True

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Ages ten and older response to death

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Death is end of life, terminal and fearsome

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What are the three TCM dx options?

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Dx by observation tongue Dx pulse Dx

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Christian concept of loss

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Everything ceases at death but continues on in spirit where there are consequences

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Age 5-9 response to death

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Death is final. Animals do not get up to play.

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Name two kinds of TCM therapy

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Herbals, cupping, Qi gong, Gau Sha, Tui Na massage, Jui Fa-moxibustion, acupuncture, articulate needling, electro-stimulation

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Complicated grief

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Emotions are long-lasting or severe and include inability to accept loved one's death, persistent thoughts regarding the death, and preoccupation with thoughts about loved one

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Good death

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Allows for social adjustments and personal preparation by the dying person and their family

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True or false; it's helpful to tell a bereaved student that you understand just how they feel.

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False; share your feelings and talk about a similar experience but avoid saying you know just how they feel

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True or False; death is more accepted if definition changes along with understanding of what awaits after death.

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True

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Acceptable death

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Non-dramatic, disciplined and with very little emotion such as passing in a hospital setting

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Native American concept of loss

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Dead & living coexist with the dead influencing the well-being of the living

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A toddler's response to death

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Senses change in emotional atmosphere

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The 6 basic tenants of naturopathy

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Healing power of nature Treat the causes Do no harm Doctor as teacher Treat whole person Prevention

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