Transcultural And Culturally Sensitive Care

New training from March 2010 in Gottingen, Gottingen, 26.11.2009: the admission of the first migrants in the retirement age shows exemplary care, which changes itself will increase in the next few years in the health care industry. Intercultural competence is the new key qualification, can not succeed without the interaction between caregivers and patients. The Transcultural care approach involves the failure of communication on the foreign culture isn’t”to deport the migrants and to end in stereo typisierender cause attribution. Rather the concept of transcultural also deals with reciprocal processes and individual biographies of migration. The patient / patient is in his, of course also culturally influenced, individuality seen, what is important in the care.

Finally in this situation is about topics affecting the livelihood: health and disease. The nurses and medical staff must have intercultural competence to the world of to be able to understand immigrant patients. The first step is the knowledge about the importance of religious and everyday cultural aspects and the awareness of the own cultural glasses”. To convey intercultural competencies, intercultural training is an effective method has been proven. IKUD seminars offers in cooperation with komMedikus as of March 2010 an education for the intercultural trainer (m/f) for the health care sector “.

With this cooperation, we have succeeded in bringing specialists for the intercultural training and the medical industry. The participants learn how to better acts even in everyday working life in intercultural encounter situations and communicates and especially how you relayed this knowledge. You can offer intercultural training accordingly in the own health care facility/clinic or on the open market. The approach of the 5-module training to the intercultural trainer (m/f) for the health sector “to the culturally sensitive and transcultural care leans. It is not about so that mere mediation of culture recipes “for the medical treatment and care, but to a holistic education that extends basic competences at the level of experience based (E.g. through role-playing). Training to the intercultural trainer (m/w) in the healthcare sector “will start on March 16, 2010 and runs over 3 months. For more information see:…