Culturally sensitive care to diverse populations.
Students will provide culturally sensitive health care for the needs of patients, families, and communities, with particular emphasis on the needs of diverse populations.
Access and use of evidence to create change and ensure social justice.
Students will demonstrate the continual need and ability to both access and use evidence from global health statistics and trends from local, national, and international governmental and non-governmental health organizations in order to create positive change and social justice
Informed awareness of culture and diversity.
Students will acquire informed awareness of culture and diversity within individuals, families, and communities as it affects health care decision-making and health seeking behaviors in a a culture outside their own.
Impact of social determiants on global health and health care systems.
Students will articulate an understanding of the impact of social determinants (political, social, cultural, and environmental issues) on global health and health care systems.
Supporting welfare principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Students will identify culturally appropriate interventions that support the welfare principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, especially self-reliance and empowerment.
Personal limitations and culturally competent care.
Students will understand personal limitations in culturally competent care and increase desire to learn from others and integrate cultural competency as a life- long learning process.
Students will experience thoughtful reflection on culture and diversity within individuals, families, and communities as it affects health care decision-making and health seeking behaviors in a a culture outside their own in a structured, guided manner.