Caring for Patients from Different Cultures
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004 - 273 psl.
Includes information on African American culture, anglo American culture, Arab cultures, Asian cultures, Chinese cultures, Filipino culture, Gypsy culture, Hispanic cultures, Hmong culture, Iranian culture, Islam, Japanese culture, Jewish culture, Judaism, Korean culture, Mexican culture, Middle Eastern cultures, Native American cultures, Navaho culture, Nigerian culture, Vietnamese culture, etc.
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Neradome recenzijų įprastose vietose.
Communication and Time Orientation
Religion and Spirituality
Activities of Daily Living and the Body
Men and Women
Traditional Medicine Practices and Perspectives
Providing Culturally Competent Care
Summary of Case Studies
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