Barrier’s of Multiculturalism in Health Care: Connecting Cultures of Beliefs

December 27, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Kimberly Scott, Medical Assisting Instructor / Doctorate of Business Administration, Exploring the Dynamics of Knowledge Sharing / Multiculturalism in Health Care

The impact of multiculturalism on health care is vast. It is a barrier to communication, understanding of illness, how illness and pain are experienced and expressed, where patients seek help and patients understanding of treatment.

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Kimberly Scott, Medical Assisting Instructor at Keiser University

Doctorate of Business Administration,

Field Of study International/Global Studies, 

Keiser University-Ft Lauderdale

 The goal of my study is to determine knowledge sharing behavior focusing on healthcare workers and their national culture. These individuals consist of: physicians, nurses, administrators, technologists, technicians, therapists, etc. (anyone whose duty depends on sharing information). The study is a huge benefit to the Healthcare field. Most of all, it allows us to learn how to share knowledge effectively across nationalities today.

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