Flashcards in Class #1 - Intro Deck (18):
PHPM Alm-ata strategies?
Strengthen comm. action
Build healthy public policy
Create supportive envir.
Develop Personal skills
Reorient health services
Fair distribution of society's benefits
Reduce health disparities with program to give everyone the chance to achieve the best health.
Health equity strategies?
Targeted: sub-group of pop.
Targeted universalism: Goal for all, identify obstacles of sub-groups and tailors strategies.
Proportional universalism: Actions are universal, but with a scale and intensity proportionate to the level of disadvantages.
Special need pop., vulnerable pop. or priority pop.
: Disadvantaged, susceptible, or vulnerable to health inequity, injury...
(related to health equity concept) A process where persons are socio-politically peripheralized from dominant.
Marginalization processes eg?
- Ideologies: sexism, racism
-Dynamics: microaggressions, implicit bias, bullying
-Mitigating factors: protective policies, access to health care
- Outcomes: Survival, health disparities, illness
Danger calling special pop.?
Cultural humility def?
Lifelong PROCESS of self-reflection to examine its own belief and learns about another culture.
The OUTCOME of cultural humility, pt decide if this is present.
Cultural humility 3 main components?
1-Lifelong learning/self-reflection, because we can never know everything
2-Acknowledge power imbalance
Cultural care continuum?
1-Cultural awareness: difference
2-Cultural sensitivity: Uniqueness
3-Cultural Competencies: Actions
4- Cultural safety: Systemic imbalances
Diff. between cultural safety and humility?
Humility brings safety
Cultural competence vs humility?
Competence: Group traits/labels/de-contextualized
Humility: Unique, different sources of info, fluid
Cultural humility authors?
Tervalon and Murray-Garcia
Cultural humility attributes?