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Organisational Cultural Case Study
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Organisational Case Study - Assessment of organisational cultural competence Introduction The major focus of all discussions on organizational cultural competence in the health care context is to reduce “health disparities” (Srivastava, 2007, p.21). There have been many models proposed to this end.
..(organization's) own limitations; valuing diversity; and managing the potential dynamics of systemic bias, racism, prejudice, and exclusion within client-health provider relationship” (Srivastava, 2007, p.20). Organisational cultural competence in a health care scenario is also described as “the ability to provide care with a client-centered orientation that both reflects the client’s cultural values and beliefs and recognizes the impact of marginalization in health care interactions and responses” (Srivastava, 2007, p.20). Rationale for the study What everyone forgets often is that disease has a social context. Cockerham (2007) has shown this by saying that “income and occupational status join education as the major components of social class” in how people select their health life styles (p.53). WHO has defined that “health is not only the absence of disease, but also complete physical, mental, and social wellness” (qtd. in Laverack, 2004, P.14). It is also a known fact that stress, poverty, low socioeconomic status, unhealthy lifestyles, and unpleasant living and working conditions” can cause ill health (Cockerham, 2007, p.1). ...
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