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Cultural Competence: Awareness, Sensitivity, and Respect

Think for a while about cultural practices and how they affect health or illness in your own family. They may be challenging to identify as such at first, but they do exist. What ideas about illness prevention does your family adhere to? What do you do when someone gets sick? What rituals does your family practice when someone dies?

 Every culture has its practices related to how they deal with illness. However, modern medicine has altered most cultures to a point where very few cultural procedures in healthcare are followed now. While my family strongly believes in contemporary medicine and insists that everyone gets medical insurance, it wasn’t always like that. I did not know any of this before this assignment, but the diet was a significant contributor to the community’s health. Although they often ate a balanced diet, it was mostly the same dish and consisted of red meat in every dish. Unlike now, when information about the effects of consuming too much red meat affects a person’s health, it was relatively unclear why a high number of people were diagnosed with type Ⅱ diabetes. There was also a lot of manual labor done by the community people, which counter adverse effects of the diet, but for older people who could not exercise, the diet caused adverse effects.

 Prevention of illness in the family involves regular checkups, exercising, and behavioral change to accommodate healthy lifestyles. Although we advocate for modern medicine, my family still tends to treat illnesses like the common cold. So, when someone gets sick, they get soup and takes sick leave to recuperate at home. Only when there is an onset of unbearable pain do they go to the hospital. The pain tolerance level is different for everyone; thus, some go to the hospital, and others wait for the illness out, opting to recover naturally. Grief is a personal matter that everyone responds to differently, and so when someone dies, there is a general way of dealing with them, which involves a wake and a funeral. Gifts are provided, and mostly include flowers and pictures. The wake allows the family, relatives, and close friends to mourn the dead. The burial is attended by the immediate family and very few close friends. A ceremony is held to send off the dead, and afterward, the family stays together for a week for emotional support before the regular life continuance. 

Cultural Competence: Awareness, Sensitivity, and Respect

Think for a while about cultural practices and how they affect health or illness in your own family. They may be challenging to identify as such at first, but they do exist. What ideas about illness prevention does your family adhere to? What do you do when someone gets sick? What rituals does your family practice when someone dies?

 Every culture has its practices related to how they deal with illness. However, modern medicine has altered most cultures to a point where very few cultural procedures in healthcare are followed now. While my family strongly believes in contemporary medicine and insists that everyone gets medical insurance, it wasn’t always like that. I did not know any of this before this assignment, but the diet was a significant contributor to the community’s health. Although they often ate a balanced diet, it was mostly the same dish and consisted of red meat in every dish. Unlike now, when information about the effects of consuming too much red meat affects a person’s health, it was relatively unclear why a high number of people were diagnosed with type Ⅱ diabetes. There was also a lot of manual labor done by the community people, which counter adverse effects of the diet, but for older people who could not exercise, the diet caused adverse effects.

 Prevention of illness in the family involves regular checkups, exercising, and behavioral change to accommodate healthy lifestyles. Although we advocate for modern medicine, my family still tends to treat illnesses like the common cold. So, when someone gets sick, they get soup and takes sick leave to recuperate at home. Only when there is an onset of unbearable pain do they go to the hospital. The pain tolerance level is different for everyone; thus, some go to the hospital, and others wait for the illness out, opting to recover naturally. Grief is a personal matter that everyone responds to differently, and so when someone dies, there is a general way of dealing with them, which involves a wake and a funeral. Gifts are provided, and mostly include flowers and pictures. The wake allows the family, relatives, and close friends to mourn the dead. The burial is attended by the immediate family and very few close friends. A ceremony is held to send off the dead, and afterward, the family stays together for a week for emotional support before the regular life continuance. 

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