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refers to a learned set of beliefs, values, attitudes, convictions, and behaviors that are common to a group of people and usually passed down from generation
a set of congruent attitudes, skills, behaviors, and policies that enable effective cross-cultural communication for delivery of oral health services
Cultural competence
refers to a dynamic relationship between provider and patient that results in culturally relevant and culturally specific oral healthcare recommendations; delivery of oral healthcare services in a way that is respectful of and responsive to the cultural norms and linguistic needs of individual patients
Culturally effective oral health care
refers to making an effort to understand the language, culture, and behaviors of diverse individuals and groups.
Cultural Sensitivity
refers to providing culturally appropriate oral and written health information for person with limited proficiency in English (or other dominant local language)
Linguistic competence
significant differences in oral health status and access to oral health services between one population and another; populations affected by disparities include racial and ethnic minorities, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.
Oral health disparities
written health info that uses simplified terminology, pictures, or any other method that can enhance understanding for patients with limited language proficiency.
Plan language pulication
refers to seeing individual from a population group as having no individuality as though all have the same characteristics