Multicultural approaches to health and wellness in America / Regan A.R. Gurung, editor ; foreword by Michael Winkelman
Book | 2014
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2 volumes ; 25 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
Volume 1: Key issues and medical systems
Introduction by Regan A. R. Gurung
Ch.1 Cultural competence / Larry Purnell and Sherry Pontious
Ch.2 The complexity of culture: Culture's impact on health disparities / Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein and Abbey Mann
Ch.3 Health disparities and immigrants / Ayse Ciftci, Laura Reid-Marks, and Lamise Shawahin
Ch.4 Health disparities among Latina/os / Leticia Arellano-Morales and Rocio Rosales Meza
Ch.5 Acculturation and health / Sabrina Crawford and Kavita Avula
Ch.6 Yoga, mediatation, and other alternative methods for wellness: Prevalence and use in the United States / Sonia Suchday, Lauren Hagermann, Yvette Fruchter, and Miriam Frankel
Ch.7 Ayurveda: An alternative in the United States / Sonia Suchday, Natasha P. Ramanayake, Amina Benkhoukha, Anthony F. Santoro, Carlos Marquez, and Gen Nakao
Ch.8 Native American Medicine: The implications of history and the embodiment of culture / Wendy M. K. Peters, Julii M. Green, and Pilar E. Gauthier
Ch.9 Traditional Chinese medicine: A healing approach from the past to the future / Chun Nok Lan and Soh-Leong Lim
Ch.10 Curanderismo; A complementary and alternative approach to Mexican American health psychology / Jesse N. Valdez
Ch.11 Mexican American medicine: History, roots, and key maladies / Mario Tovar
Ch.12 Mediator between man and the gods: Shamanism and health / Kimberly L. Howell
Ch.13 Vodou in North America: Healing one person, healing the universe / Benjamin Wendorf and Patrick Bellegarde-Smith
Ch.14 Santeria as a culturally responsive healing practice / Rafael Martinex, Matthew J. Taylor, Wilma J. Calvert, Jami L. Hirsch, and Cheryl K. Webster
Volume 2: Mental health and mind-body connections
Ch.1 Understanding international perspectives: Implications for U.S. health and wellness / P.S.D.V. Prasadarao
Ch.2 Mental health assessment among ethnic minorities in the United States / Sussie Eshun and Donna Hodge
Ch.3 The mental health of Latina/os: A cultural focus / Rocio Rosales Meza and Leticia Arellano-Morales
Ch.4 Stress and culture / Angela R. Wendorf, Amanda M. Brouwer, and Katie E. Mosack
Ch.5 Mood and anxiety disorders across ethnic minority groups in the United States / Sussie Eshun
Ch.6 Religion and health: Ideological contexts and their influences on health-associated behaviors / Dean D. VonDras
Ch.7 Islamic healing approaches, beliefs, and health-related behaviors / Sujata R. Swaroop, Chante D. Deloach, and Fyeqa Sheikh
Ch.8 The health and wellness of sexual and gender minorities / David W. Pantalone, John E. Pachankis, Brian A. Road, and Sarah M. Bankoff
Ch.9 Childhood obesity and cultural influences / Jacqueline Woods, Stephen K. Trapp, and Marilyn Stern
Ch.10 Suicide across cultures / Kristin M. Vespa and Kaitlyn J. Florer
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124.00 MED ASST (31-509-1)
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