Cross cultural training and teamwork in healthcare explores the complex relationships between patients physicians and nurses with different cultural backgrounds. Cross cultural training and teamwork in healthcare explores the complex relationships between patients physicians and nurses with different cultural backgrounds integrating theoretical and empirical perspectives on medical teamwork this book assesses the impact of diverse backgrounds among team members on the quality of care they provide so that medical practitioners decision makers and educators can effectively make use of their cultural differences to provide patients with the best . Buy cross cultural training and teamwork in healthcare advances in healthcare information systems and administration 1 by simona vasilache isbn 9781466643253 from amazons book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. With globalization cross cultural interactions are more frequently occurring between doctors medical trainees other medical professionals and patients 1920 hofstede 21 developed a framework for describing the main features of culture and understanding the behaviors to which a population is predisposed. Briefly cross cultural healthcare involves three critical issues racial and ethnic disparities in patient treatment satisfaction and outcomes language barriers in providing care to limited english proficient lep patients and to deaf and hard of hearing patients providing care to immigrants refugees and other globally mobile populations
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