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703 wordsConcept of Cultural Diversity and its Relevance in the Practice of Medicine The increasing cultural diversity of our society, requires the change of ethical code in healthcare. The interpersonal skills of healthcare workers are specially affected by it. It is crucial for treated people to feel that the hospital staff is genuinely concerned about patients well being. In order to gain patients confidence, doctors and nurses need to be a good listeners. Even though it sounds easy, sometimes hospita...
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1,084 wordsCulture and Cultural Diversity in the Medieval Islamic World Diversity can be defined as differences between people worth respect to age, class, ethnicity, gender, physical and mental abilities, race, sexual orientation, spiritual practice and other human differences (Religion and Cultural Diversity Conferences). The medieval Islamic world encompasses the period from 622 C. E. or the first year of the Hijra of the Prophet Muhammad to Medina. This also happens to be the first year of the Islamic ...
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The Importance Of Diversity Training In Workforce
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931 wordsAustralia Immigration In Australia Immigration Australia should increase its migrant intake. Immigration is an asset to any country. It encourages economic growth, reduces unemployment, and creates more cultural diversity and understanding of different nations. It benefits population growth, especially for a small nation, like Australia. As a result of the First settlement in 1788, Australia started advancing rapidly, and in 200 years it has come a long way. However, Australia is a young country...
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434 wordsPauline Hanson? s view on migration is incorrect. Ceasing migration would not be good for Australia either culturally or economically. An intelligent and sophisticated immigration program, which focuses strongly on skilled and business migration, can have a beneficial impact on our economy. The National Multicultural Advisory Council, chair Neville Roach is a firm believer in continued immigration: ? Australia is a multicultural society, he said. Our cultural diversity has been a strength and an...
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