Using this course, students will learn:
- Communication, interaction, and interviewing skills.
- Identify questions about health practices and beliefs that might be important in a specific local community.
- Elicit a culture, social, and medical history, including a patient's health beliefs and model of their illness.
- Gain knowledge, respect, and validation of differing values, cultures, and beliefs, including sexual orientation, gender, age, race, ethnicity, and class.
- Recognize and manage the impact of bias, class, and power on the clinical encounter.
Demonstrate respect for a patient's cultural and health beliefs.