Course Number: HSC320

HEALTH CARE ISSUES IN CULTURALLY DIVERSE POPULATIONS

This intensive course introduces students to the concepts of culture and cultural diversity as they relate to health care and the health care delivery system. During the course students will explore religious, racial, ethnic and other subcultures that exist in our society and examine conflicts that often occur when differing cultures enter the health care arena. Students will also discuss the concept of cultural competence and study strategies that health care organizations are using to create more inclusive services.

Prerequisite: None

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SectionFormatHoursLevelTermLength
30069526Online3.0UpperAugust8 weeks
30069528Online3.0UpperOctober8 weeks
30075636Online3.0UpperJanuary8 weeks
30075638Online3.0UpperMarch8 weeks
30075640Online3.0UpperMay8 weeks
30075642Online3.0UpperJune8 weeks
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