To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance.
Assuring Health Care Equity: A Health Care Equity Blueprint This report offers strategies and practices that can be tailored to an individual hospital to address equity in providing quality care.
Aspects of the Blueprint apply to numerous health care settings, but the primary focus is on hospitals. The Blueprint should be considered as a guidance tool to be improved and modified by hospitals that use it.
The Essential Role of Cultural Broker Programs This is a guide developed by the National Center for Cultural Competence to assist health care organizations in planning, implementing, and sustaining cultural broker programs.
This guide can serve as a resource to organizations and agencies that are interested in partnering with health care organizations to enhance the health and well-being of multiethnic communities. United States College of Nurses of Ontario: Culturally Sensitive Care This is a Competency goal 3 guidance guide developed by the College of Nurses of Ontario to help prepare nurses for providing culturally sensitive care.
This guide offers real scenarios to illustrate the concepts and approaches associated with providing culturally sensitive care.
The five elements of providing culturally sensitive care discussed include: Self-reflection, Acquiring cultural knowledge, How to reflect on your cultural beliefs and values and Facilitating client choice and communication. This guide also provides recommendations on how to develop a culturally sensitive approach to care in practice settings.
Ontario, Canada Culture Counts: A Roadmap to Health Promotion This is a "Best Practices" guide for developing health promotion initiatives for mental health and substance use with ethno-cultural communities.
It provides culturally appropriate approaches to meet the health promotion needs of ethno-cultural communities.
This guide is intended for anyone working for a mainstream agency or organization who is considering undertaking a health promotion initiative with ethno-cultural communities. While it focuses on mental health and substance use issues, this guide describes approaches that can be applied to almost any type of health promotion initiative aimed at ethno-cultural communities.
Canada Cultural Competency in Health: It provides a model for cultural competency as a way to improve health in multiethnic communities. The guide aims to increase cultural competency for the benefit of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. It uses the issue of overweight and obesity to illustrate the model.
The guide acknowledges diverse views of cultural competency, using feedback from a consultation process to highlight current debates in Australia and internationally. Australia Cultural Competence in Health Care: It was developed to evaluate current definitions of cultural competence and identify benefits to the health care system by reviewing the medical literature and interviewing health care experts in government, managed care, academia, and community health care delivery.
This report sets out to identify models of culturally competent care, determine key components of cultural competence, develop recommendations to implement culturally competent interventions and improve the quality of health care.
United States Culturally Competent Health Care Systems This peer reviewed article provides a systematic review of culturally competent health care systems. Five interventions to improve cultural competence in healthcare systems are described.Introduction.
The Project Manager Competency Development (PMCD) Framework – Second Edition provides a framework for the definition, assessment and development of project manager competence based on the premise that competencies have a direct effect on performance.
It defines the key dimensions of competence and identifies the competencies that are most likely to impact project .
Jan 15, · ashley f said. To support social and emotional development and provide positive Guidance We need to address the child by their name and need to encourage each child to talk to other children everyday. Get them to make friend with other children in or outside the classroom.
Competency Statements: Goal #3 Goal #3: To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance.
Social and emotional development in children involves identifying and understanding their own feelings, accurately reading and comprehending the feelings of others, managing strong emotions, regulating their own behavior.
Competency framework The Commission is making available an EU Competency Framework and an accompanying Self-Assessment Tool for national coordinating bodies, managing, certifying and audit authorities, joint secretariats and intermediate bodies.
CIRCLE CDA Competency Goal Guide - Preschool Page 3 CIRCLE CDA Competency oal ide Preschool Page 5 Goal I: To establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment positive guidance Goal III To support social and emotional development and to provide. 3 Competency Assessment in the Operative and Invasive Procedure Setting Competence refers to a potential ability and/or a capability to function in a.