Society Health Culture 2 (SE)

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Course numberB3.02850.60.012
Course codeKGG2
Curriculum2013
Semester of degree program Semester 6
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW1,5
ECTS credits2,0
Language of instruction German

Students understand how they are influenced by, and simultaneously shape, their socio-cultural environment. They have an understanding based on recognition of cultural differences and diversity. They analyse the handling of health/illness/ body in inter-cultural comparison and develop a sense of inter-cultural conditioned differences and conflicts. They develop strategies of transcultural dissemination and culturally sensitive forms of interaction.

On the basis of the "broad" definition of culture to cultural studies, as well as current developments (cultural turn, trans-culturation) and the analysis of their adherence to culture-related, aspects of intercultural thinking and acting are imparted. Strategies for inter and trans-cultural dissemination are discussed and illustrated examples are given (care drain and care migration, migration and health promotion/disease treatment, trans-cultural care and competence. Trans-cultural organisational development and working in/with multicultural teams. Diversity management.

Domenig D (Hrsg.) (2005) Professionelle transkulturelle Pflege, Huber, Bern. Friebe J, Zalucki M (Hrsg.) (2003: Interkulturelle Bildung in der Pflege. Bertelsmann, Bielefeld; elmann, C. G. (2002) Culture, Health and Ilness. 4th Ed. Oxford. London. 06): mangaging Diversity - Skizzen einer Kulturtheorie zur Erschließung des Potentials menschlicher Vielfalt in Organisationen. Der Andere Verlag. Tönning; Leininger, M. (2002): Transcultural Nursing. Hamburg, Schenk, L./ Neuhauser, H. (2005) Methodische Standards für eine migrantensensible Forschung in der Epidemiologie. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 48(3): 279-86.

Project-Based Learning

Project concept 50% in writing, 50% orally