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Title: NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF THE MUSLIM WOMAN


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NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF THE MUSLIM WOMAN
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  • WOMENS HEALTH ISSUES
  • GLOBALIZATION (IOMSN)
  • CULTURAL DIVERSITY
  • RACIAL
  • ETHNIC

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  • ETHNOCENTRIC APPROACHES
  • ETHNOCULTURAL
  • ETHNONATIONALIST
  • ETHNOHISTORY
  • ETHNONURSING
  • ETHNOMIGRATION

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  • The changing demographics of the USA alone, as
    reflected in the 1990 census, shows an increase
    of cultural diversity of the US population. We
    know that in the year 2000, what had been
    described as minority groups now constitute a
    national majority.

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  • There are 6 million Muslims in the USA, and it is
    estimated that by the year 2010 their number will
    surpass Jews to make Islam the second largest
    religion.
  • The odds of seeing a Muslim patient in your
    clinic are growing.

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN NURSING PRACTICE
  • This statement describes the features of an
    operational definition of cultural diversity as
    it is expressed in nursing practice, education,
    administration, and research.

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN NURSING PRACTICE
  • Knowledge of cultural diversity is vital at all
    levels of nursing practice.
  • Ethnocentric approaches to nursing practice are
    ineffective in meeting health and nursing needs
    of diverse cultural groups of clients.
  • Knowledge about cultures and their impact on
    interactions with health care is essential for
    nurses, whether they are practicing in a clinical
    setting, education, research, or administration.
  • Cultural diversity addresses racial and ethnic
    differences however, these concepts or feature
    of the human experience are not synonymous.

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  • How cultural groups understand life processes.
  • How cultural groups define health and illness.
  • What cultural groups do to maintain wellness.
  • What cultural groups believe to be the causes of
    illness.
  • How healers cure and care for members of cultural
    groups.
  • How the cultural background of the nurse
    influences the way in which care is delivered.

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  • Journal of transcultural nursing The official
    journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society

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  • Leininger, M. (1985b). Transcultural care
    diversity and universality A theory of nursing.
    Nursing and Health Care, 6(4), 209-212.
  • The Sunrise Model

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  • Culturally Sensitive Caring for Saudi Patients
  • Mohammad Zafir Al-Shahri, MBChB, ABFM, FFCM (KFU)
  • Journal of Transcultural Nursing, Vol. 13 No. 2,
    April 2002 133-138

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  • Culture is shaped by many factors
  • Religion
  • Race
  • Economic Status
  • Level of Education
  • Environmental Factors
  • Other Factors

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Total submission to the will of Allah by
conforming inwardly and outwardly to His law.
  • RELIGION OF ISLAM

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The Five Pillars of Islam
  • To testify that there is no God save Allah and
    that Mohammad (peace be upon him) is the
    messenger of Allah.
  • A form of worship rites that involve specific
    movements and sayings, which need to be performed
    five times a day.
  • To pay 2.5 of the wealth annually for the
    benefit of the needy in Muslim community.
  • To abstain from eating, drinking, and sexual
    intercourse during daytime (from dawn to sunset)
    throughout the 9th lunar month (Ramadan).
  • The pilgrimage to Makkah once in life for those
    who are physically and financially able.

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RELIGION OF ISLAM
  • KORAN
  • There are two main branches, Sunni and Shiite.
  • There are converts to the religion of Islam.

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  • Muslims are all over the world.
  • 90 of Arabs are Muslim
  • 20 of Muslims are Arab
  • Muslims are not a homogeneous group of people.
  • They come from a wide range of cultural,
    political, and racial backgrounds.
  • Their faith is only one influential factor in
    their lives.

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RELIGION OF ISLAM
  • They believe in predestination.
  • They attribute the occurrence of disease to the
    will of Allah.
  • Medical treatment is allowed, as is preventive
    medicine.
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Illicit drugs

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RELIGION OF ISLAM
  • Traditional medicine and healers
  • Cauterize
  • Herbal medicine
  • Dietary treatments
  • Chiropractic treatments
  • Fracture reduction
  • Cupping

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RELIGION OF ISLAM
  • Spiritual Healing
  • Possession
  • Mal-effects of evil eye
  • Poisonous stings

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RELIGION OF ISLAM
  • Cleanliness is an important part of Islamic
    beliefs and ritualistic washing of certain body
    parts is essential to make one eligible to
    perform prayers which are required five times a
    day.
  • Modesty is one of the core values which is
    expressed by both genders.
  • Unnecessary touching is forbidden between
    unrelated adults of opposite sexes.

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RELIGION OF ISLAM
  • Dignity and Honor
  • Everything one does reflects on family honor of
    past, present, and future generations
  • Reputation is critical
  • Gender roles
  • Men are providers and protect women and family
  • Women make the home and teach the children
  • Respectful behavior is expected of young adults
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