cultural humility

Cultural Humility Reflection Assignment (TurnItIn)
Due Oct 23 by 11:59pm Points 50 Submitting an external tool Available after Oct 6 at 12am
Overview

Probably the most common method that health care providers use to acquire knowledge about different cultures is to read professional literature written by experts in the cultures about which they write. This provides good information, but insufficient information for excellence in care. As you read in the Campinha-Bacote Process of Cultural Competence in the Delivery of Health Care, cultural knowledge provides only one component of a positive cultural encounter. You also need to incorporate cultural desire, awareness, and skill (Campinha -Bacote, 2002). Here is a link to her 2002 article:

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Assignment Instructions

For this assignment you will use popular such as novels, memoirs, autobiographies, and film to explore an insider view about life within the various cultures with which we work. As you read, we want you to consider all four components of the model, but particularly cultural awareness and cultural desire. In Campinha-Bacote’s model you read about cultural desire, a desire, on the part of the provider, to learn more about the culture of their clients and to provide care that is responsive to the client’s cultural needs. Cultural desire requires interest in other cultures as well as consciousness of our own cultural values and beliefs, cultural awareness. We want you to think about others and also to think about yourselves. We hope to stir up in you cultural desire in this assignment of personal reflection, as well as exploring your own cultural beliefs, values, and practices, cultural awareness.

This assignment calls on you to write reflectively, examining the thoughts and feelings that the reading elicits in you. Through reflection we look critically at some component of our selves, providing an opportunity to consider our thoughts and feelings on what and how we have learned about the course content and about ourselves. Reflection and learning are closely linked; in order to participate in deep learning, we must not only understand new information, we must reflect upon what that new information means to us in the context of our individual lives and circumstances. This process requires that we examine how it is that we are personally affected by the things that we learn. We can review our reflections as our learning continues lifelong.

Here is what a Frontier faculty member found when she tried this:

As I read more about the hijab
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, I find that some Arab women wear it not as an imposition, but as an expression of pride in their heritage. “I feel really empowered that I am able to have this control over my image of myself.” “It was never forced on me. … One day when I got into college, I decided on my own that this is what I wanted to do because I wanted to be a physical representation of my religion, myself.” This surprised me, and gave me a new view of the hijab. (Abassi, 2017). I wanted to know more. This is an example of cultural desire.

Thinking about the hijab also made me think about my own cultural values in terms of dress. The hijab covers a women’s hair, obviating the need to spend time and money making hair meet cultural standards. How much time have I spent over the years making my hair look right to others, often to men? What does this say about my own values? I say that I value women standing independently. I say that I value the beauty within, and that external beauty is ephemeral in unimportant. Those are the values I try to teach my children and grandchildren. But, do I dress that way? I often dress for men, sometimes wearing revealing clothing. I wear makeup. What do I really believe?

You will see, in the questions below, that the assignment for this module requires that you conduct this type of personal reflection. The expectation for this assignment are that you think about what you have learned about yourself as you answer these questions.

Please note that the assignment you write can be placed in your ePortfolio for future reference.

Steps:

Watch the Tips and Tricks webinar here: https://recordings.rna1.blindsidenetworks.com/frontier/74607adb5db295d49fdf179cc57d65dab0fce9b4-1600811087454/capture/
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The webinar guides you through the assignment, helping you to avoid common pitfalls.
Choose and read a book or watch a film from the list. Choose one you have not read or watched previously, with a protagonist from a culture new to you. Most of these are available at public libraries and bookstores near you. If you wish to use one not on the list, check with your faculty that it will work for this assignment. It must give the perspective of a person (fictional or real) from a particular cultural group. And it must have a personal perspective, rather than be an anthropological treatise. Consider culture as “integrated patterns of human behavior that include the language, thoughts, communications, actions, customs, beliefs, values, and institutions of racial, ethnic, religious, or social groups,” (Cross et al., 1989, as cited in National Center for Cultural Competence, n. d.). Enjoy the journey!
Keep notes as you read. Read for pleasure, but also with a critical eye. Think about what values, assumptions, and health beliefs you hold that are similar or different to those expressed by characters in the book. Think about what implications these notes have for communication in the clinical and in other arenas. Think about how you will respond to the questions in this assignment (given in the next step).
Use the Campinha-Bacote Model. Completing this assignment requires you to use this theoretical model to guide your practice, in this case increasing your skills in cultural humility and communication by applying the Campinha-Bacote model, described in the course readings. Address each of the following questions in one to two clearly written paragraphs:
Cultural Desire: What did you find surprising, intriguing, engaging, or exciting about the culture(s) highlighted in the book or movie you used? Identify at least two things. Focus on your reaction to positive attributes, values, or incidents were in the source that you did not expect to find there. Campinha-Bacote defines cultural desire as “the motivation of the health care provider to want to, rather than have to, engage in the process of becoming culturally aware, culturally knowledgeable, culturally skillful, and familiar with cultural encounters” (2002, p. 182).
Cultural Awareness: What did you learn about your own personal values and/or cultural beliefs as you read about those of others? Identify at least two things. Focus on identifying your own beliefs, values, or practices. Campinha-Bacote defines cultural awareness as “the self-examination and in-depth exploration of one’s own cultural and professional background” (2002, p.182).
You should use this terminology (Cultural Desire and Cultural Awareness) for your section headings as well. Read Campinha-Bacote carefully—you do not want to confuse the terms! We also are not looking for a book report or a summary of the required readings. Rather, we want you to reflect on the questions below, giving specific examples. For each question, please respond with two examples (see the rubric). It also stands to reason that you will be citing Campinha-Bacote as you address the two foundational questions. This is a formal, APA formatted paper, so please follow all the formal guidelines set forth in the APA manual, 7th edition.
Your answers should include personal reflection, that is, focus on your thoughts and feelings about the cultural growth you have experienced as a result of your readings. You may write this in the first person, facilitating the personal reflection content in this submission. If you are confused about how this differs from a synthesis writing assignment, please check out this website on reflective writing: https://student.unsw.edu.au/reflective-writing.
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Likewise, we do not provide a sample paper for this assignment because we do not want to over-direct your record of reflections on your personal journey. Do not consult other student papers in this assignment (or any other assignment at Frontier) unless they are provided to you by the faculty.
You are restricted to two paragraphs for each response. Paragraphs should have topic sentences that summarize your response and supporting sentences that detail your response. As in the rubric, points are awarded for responses that provide content clearly in two paragraphs. In addition, the paper is to adhere to the 1000 word format and not exceed 1000 words overall. At the faculty’s discretion, responses that use more than 1000 words may be returned without a score for further editing. At the very least, a 5% mechanics point penalty (half the mechanics point) will be applied to any paper that includes more than 1000 words. Remember that word counts exclude title page and reference pages.
For your Conclusion, write one final paragraph of reflection using one of the following two prompts (whichever fits the protagonist’s story best). Remember that keeping the client at the center of care is about much more than just delivering hands-on health care. It is about addressing all needs of the client in a holistic, engaged, and individualized manner:
Reflect on how the life of the protagonist in the book you read or the film you watched might have been changed and/or positively impacted by a multidisciplinary effort of healthcare professionals committed to the TeamSTEPPS core principle patient-centered care. Be sure to discuss and CITE TeamSTEPPS according to the information in your module!
Discuss how your newfound insights about the culture heretofore unfamiliar to you have changed you as a provider and the way you will provide care, utilizing a patient-centered, TeamSTEPPS approach. Be sure to discuss and CITE TeamSTEPPS according to the information in your Module!
The course General Writing Guidelines give examples of citing sources that commonly give students problems. Before posting APA questions in the Course Discussion area, please check there, the APA manual (2020)–it will always be your very best guide!!
Submit your completed assignment in MS Word to the Turn It In (TII) drop box in this module. Please note: submission of a PDF, which is not editable by faculty, will result in a 5 point reduction in total possible points for each day the format remains unchanged, and after 3 days past the due date, the paper will not be accepted at all. If you have not used TII previously, first read the information about TII and the originality report in the Student Guide to TurnItIn, accessible via the Course Information Area. For information on how to submit to a TII drop box, please see this Canvas guide
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We have provided a TII Draft DropBox. Use this one first. It will generate an originality report for you. Then you can make changes in your submission suggested by the report. Submit your final draft to the TII assignment drop box.
Remember that when it comes to using another author’s exact words, citing a source is necessary, but not sufficient. You must put quotation marks around exact words, as well as cite the source. If you omit quotation marks when using someone’s exact words, you are committing plagiarism, even if you cite the source. TII can remind you to put quotation marks around another author’s exact words. When you see that TII has highlighting your words in a submission, you should see quotation marks and the source cited. If they are not there, you can fix it. You can edit and re-submit files until the assignment is due.
Take care with files names when you submit your work to TurnItIn. File names longer than 40 characters can cause problems. The FNU file naming format requires your full first name and last name, followed by the course number and assignment name. The assignment name may be shortened. For example: JohnJacobs_PC701_Culture.docx. uses 32 characters.
Questions about this assignment should be posted in the Cultural Humility Reflection Assignment Questions forum.

Please note: If you fail to achieve the mandatory 80% required to pass this assignment, you may choose to review faculty’s corrections and comments and resubmit a revised version for a maximum score of 80%. However, points deducted for plagiarism and/or late work CANNOT be made up.

References

Abassi, W. (March 15, 2017). Hijab becomes a symbol of resistance, feminism, in the age of Trump. USA Today. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/03/15/hijab-becomes-symbol-resistance-feminism-age-trump/98475212/
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American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1037/0000165-000
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Campinha-Bacote, J. (2002). The process of cultural competence in the delivery of health care services: A model of care. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 13(3), 181-184.

National Center for Cultural Competence (n. d.). Definitions of cultural competency. Curricula Enhancement Module Series. https://nccc.georgetown.edu/curricula/culturalcompetence.

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Cultural Humility Reflection
Rubric
Cultural Humility Reflection
Cultural Humility Reflection
Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Reflection

10.0 pts
Distinguished – Consistently provides an extensive description of thoughts and feelings. Consistently includes student’s personal values with sufficient depth of reflection.

6.0 pts
Proficient – Almost always provides an extensive description of thoughts and feelings. Almost always includes student’s personal values with sufficient depth of reflection.

4.0 pts
Apprentice – Mostly provides an extensive description of thoughts and feelings. Mostly includes student’s personal values with sufficient depth of reflection.

3.0 pts
Novice – Sometimes provides an extensive description of thoughts and feelings. Sometimes always includes student’s personal values with sufficient depth of reflection.

2.0 pts
Insufficient – Rarely provides an extensive description of thoughts and feelings. Rarely includes student’s personal values with sufficient depth of reflection.

0.0 pts
Absent – Does not provide an extensive description of thoughts and does not include student’s personal values with sufficient depth of reflection.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Content: Cultural Desire Question

8.5 pts
Distinguished – Addresses concept of cultural desire entirely by clearly identifying and explaining 2 things you found surprising, intriguing, engaging, or exciting about the culture(s) highlighted in the book or movie you consulted. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

6.0 pts
Proficient – Addresses concept of cultural desire by clearly identifying and explaining 1 thing and somewhat identifying and explaining another thing you found surprising, intriguing, engaging, or exciting about the culture(s) highlighted in the book or movie you consulted. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

4.0 pts
Apprentice – Addresses concept of cultural desire partially, identifying 1 thing you found surprising, intriguing, engaging, or exciting about the culture(s) highlighted in the book or movie you consulted but not in depth. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

3.0 pts
Novice – Addresses concept of cultural desire in part by alluding to what you found surprising, intriguing, engaging, or exciting about the culture(s) highlighted in the book or movie you consulted, but not directly and not in depth. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

2.0 pts
Insufficient – Addresses concept of cultural desire incorrectly OR fails to cite Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

0.0 pts
Absent – Did not address the concept of cultural desire at all in the response to this question.

8.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Content: Cultural Awareness Question

8.5 pts
Distinguished – Addresses concept of cultural awareness entirely by clearly identifying 2 values, practices, or beliefs that helped you gain insight into your own culture as you read about those of others. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

5.0 pts
Proficient – Addresses concept of cultural awareness partially by identifying but minimally discussing 2 values, practices, or beliefs that helped you gain insight into your own culture as you read about those of others. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

4.0 pts
Apprentice – Addresses concept of cultural awareness partially by identifying and minimally discussing 1 value, practice, or belief that helped you gain insight into your own culture as you read about those of others. Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

3.0 pts
Novice – Addresses concept of cultural awareness partially by alluding to but not identifying specific values, practices, or beliefs that helped you gain insight into your own culture as you read about those of others.Cites Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

2.0 pts
Insufficient – Addresses concept of cultural awareness incorrectly OR fails to cite Campinha-Bacote when discussing or describing the concept.

0.0 pts
Absent – Did not address the concept of cultural awareness at all in the response to this question.

8.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Writing Organization

3.0 pts
Distinguished – Writing well organized with smooth transitions. Always uses precise language, appropriate to subject and assignment. Each paragraph contains a topic sentence and addresses only one topic. Engages the reader using an original prose style appropriate to subject.

2.67 pts
Proficient
Writing well organized with smooth transitions. Always uses precise language, appropriate to subject and assignment. Each paragraph contains a topic sentence addresses only one topic.

1.33 pts
Apprentice – Writing somewhat well organized. Often uses precise language, appropriate to subject and assignment. Most paragraphs contain a topic sentence and address only one topic.

1.0 pts
Novice – Writing occasionally well organized. Sometimes uses precise language, appropriate to subject and assignment. Some paragraphs contain a topic sentence and address only one topic.

0.0 pts
Insufficient
Writing seldom well-organized, sentences not clear and difficult to follow, word choices seldom appropriate. Few paragraphs contain a topic sentence.

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Writing Mechanics

4.0 pts
Distinguished – Includes no grammatical, proofreading, OR stylistic errors.

3.0 pts
Proficient – Includes few grammatical, proofreading OR stylistic errors.

2.5 pts
Apprentice – Includes frequent, minor grammatical, proofreading OR stylistic errors.

2.0 pts
Novice – Includes frequent and substantial grammatical, proofreading OR stylistic errors.

1.0 pts
Insufficient – Includes frequent and substantial grammatical, proofreading AND stylistic errors.

0.0 pts
Absent – Includes consistent and substantial grammatical, proofreading AND stylistic errors.

4.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
APA Style and Formatting

5.0 pts
Distinguished – Uses APA style correctly for all elements of the paper including running head, page numbers, line spacing, margins, title placement.

4.0 pts
Proficient – APA formatting used correctly for almost all elements of the paper.

3.0 pts
Apprentice
APA formatting used correctly for most elements of the paper and reference page.

2.0 pts
Novice – APA formatting used correctly for some elements of the paper and reference page.

1.0 pts
Insufficient
APA formatting inadequately used throughout the paper.

0.0 pts
Absent – Does not use APA style correctly for any element of the paper.

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Paper Mechanics and Structure

3.0 pts
Distinguished – Paper is organized with title page, levels of heading, introduction with purpose statement, and conclusion with summary of key points of the paper. Uses FNU file naming format. Adheres to 1000 word limit. Completes and submits the Scholarly Writing Checklist. Submits paper in MS Word format (No PDFs). Submission of a PDF will result in a 5 point reduction in total possible points for each day the past the published due date that the format remains unchanged. After 3 days past the due date, the assignment will not be accepted at all.

2.0 pts
Proficient
Meets 3 criteria. (See previous cell). Submission of a PDF will result in a 5 point reduction in points possible for each day the format remains unchanged. After 3 days past the due date, the assignment will not be accepted at all.

1.5 pts
Apprentice – Meets 2 criteria. Submission of a PDF will result in 5 point reduction in points possible for each day the format remains unchanged. After 3 days past the due date, the assignment will not be accepted at all.

1.0 pts
Novice
Meets only one criterion. Submission of a PDF will result in 5 point reduction in points possible for each day the format remains unchanged. After 3 days past the due date, the assignment will not be accepted at all.

0.0 pts
Insufficient – Meets none of the required criteria.

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Citations and References

3.0 pts
Full Marks
Distinguished – sources cited according to APA 6th ed., reference formatting follows APA 6th ed., hyperlinks are deactivated from web addresses.

2.0 pts
Proficient
A few mistakes in citing sources or in the references.

1.5 pts
Apprentice
Some mistakes in citations and references.

1.0 pts
Novice
Many mistakes in citations and references.

0.0 pts
No Marks
Citations and references do not conform with APA formatting.

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Conclusion

5.0 pts
Full Marks
Writes a thorough and relevant conclusion utilizing the TeamSTEPPS concepts outlined in the module and relating them appropriately to the provision of care as outlined in the Assignment Instructions. CITES TeamStepss according to the information in the module.

4.0 pts
Proficient
Writes a relevant conclusion utilizing the TeamSTEPPS concepts outlined in the module and relating them appropriately to the provision of care as outlined in the Assignment Instructions. CITES TeamStepss according to the information in the module.

3.0 pts
Apprentice
Writes a relevant conclusion utilizing the TeamSTEPPS concepts outlined in the module bur does not relate them appropriately to the provision of care as outlined in the Assignment Instructions.

2.0 pts
Novice
Writes a conclusion that is not thorough and not adequately relevant to the TeamSTEPPS concepts outlined in the module and/or does not relate them appropriately to the provision of care as outlined in the Assignment Instructions AND/OR OR does not CITE TeamStepps according to the information in the module.

0.0 pts
No Marks
Does not write a through or relevant conclusion utilizing the TeamSTEPPS concepts outlined in the module AND/OR does not relate them appropriately to the provision of care as outlined in the Assignment Instructions AND/OR does not cite TeamStepps according to the information in the module.

5.0 pts

Total Points: 50.0
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