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How should health service organizations respond to diversity? A content analysis of six approaches

Background Health care organizations need to be responsive to the needs of increasingly diverse patient populations. We compared the contents of six publicly available approaches to organizational responsiveness to diversity. The central questions addressed in this paper are: what are the most consistently recommended issues for health care organizations to address in order to be...

A students’ survey of cultural competence as a basis for identifying gaps in the medical curriculum

Background Assessing the cultural competence of medical students that have completed the curriculum provides indications on the effectiveness of cultural competence training in that curriculum. However, existing measures for cultural competence mostly rely on self-perceived cultural competence. This paper describes the outcomes of an assessment of knowledge, reflection ability...

Deficiencies in culturally competent asthma care for ethnic minority children: a qualitative assessment among care providers

BackgroundAsthma outcomes are generally worse for ethnic minority children. Cultural competence training is an instrument for improving healthcare for ethnic minority patients. To develop effective training, we explored the mechanisms in paediatric asthma care for ethnic minority patients that lead to deficiencies in the care process.MethodsWe conducted semi-structured interviews...

Deficiencies in culturally competent asthma care for ethnic minority children: a qualitative assessment among care providers

Asthma outcomes are generally worse for ethnic minority children. Cultural competence training is an instrument for improving healthcare for ethnic minority patients. To develop effective training, we explored the mechanisms in paediatric asthma care for ethnic minority patients that lead to deficiencies in the care process. We conducted semi-structured interviews on care for...