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Culture and Health Care In Middle Eastern
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Middle Eastern Patients Would Most Likely Say " The Doctors Didn't Do Anything! "
It is common for friends and neighbors of that Mid-Easterner to bring flowers and treats when they are suffering. Mid-Easterners thinks it's okay to purchasing organs for transplantation . Also, gender plays a big role referring to patient care. For women patients, it is expected that the caregiver be a women as well it’s physician who is not a gynecologists. Husbands sometimes take charge of their wife’s pain management and ask for medication on her behalf. Family members may seem overly protective of their loved one who is receiving a treatment, but it is thought of as an out of concern act. Even though they might not reveal all the personal information, Mid-Easterners like the pain to be treated right away.
When Mid-Easterners visit healthcare professionals for pain relief, they expect to be treated right away and given medications at the same visit. If not, they're going to question why they can’t receive the medication. Patients also prefer explanation about the testing referring to the treatment. Nurses are considered as helpers and not as healthcare professionals so, basically their advice might not be taken as serious as it would a healthcare professional.
HOW DO MID-EASTERNERS RESPOND TO DEATH?
Health professionals have frequently observed among Middle Easterners a fatalistic acceptance of disease or death such as "it’s all in Allah’s hands." Also, Middle Easterners use medications heavily. Middle Eastern patients may expect to receive a prescription. Middle Easterners often fear hospital admission because hospitals are considered places of misfortune where people go to die. Muslims are concerned that a family cannot be sure that the body of one of its members will be treated correctly according to religious customs.
What are the Middle Eastern Cultures concepts about health and illness?
Iraq-Multi-Cultural (but mainly has Hospitality deeply engrained in those cultures)
Iran- Islamic & Shi'ism Culture
Israel- Jewish Culture
Jordan-Arabic & Islamic Culture
A few cultures:
the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time
a particular society that has its own beliefs, ways of life, art, etc.
a way of thinking, behaving, or working that exists in a place or organization
Culture and Health Care In Middle-Eastern
That is the definition of Culture.
Mid-Easterners Like BellY Dancing As A Cultural Dance
Even though she was born in Colombia She still has Lebanon descendants.
Acccording To Merriam Webster
Mid-East Countries Include:
United Arab Emirates
Lebanon- Cross Culture Of Various Civilizations
Palestine- Arabic Culture
Qatar- Arabic Culture
Saudi Arabic- Islamic Culture
Syria- Arabic & Islamic Culture
United Arab Emirates- Arabic & Islamic Culture
A person seeking medical care may be accompanied by one or more people in Mid-Eastern culture who expect to be present during the medical examination or interview, who listen carefully and often answer for the patient. Usually it is an elderly person who will feel offended if not invited into the physician’s office. People close to the patient consider themselves to be there as a duty.Thus, family members typically see it as their job to make sure that the patient gets the best care possible from medical professionals. Family and friends are expected never to leave a patient alone and to constantly show care and attention. A great deal of patience is sometimes needed in dealing with “demanding” family members.
Mid-Easterners need for affiliation is very strong. They thrive on a large network of relationships. During illness or crisis, Mid-Easterners rely heavily on other people in their “in-group” instead of trying to cope more individually as many Americans would typically do.
Others Middle Easterners may believe in illness being caused by the Evil Eye. In this belief, anything that provokes jealousy in another gives the jealous person the power to cause illness or misfortune for the lucky person or family.
Family members do not plan for death and never give up hope until a patient has actually died; grief is not permitted to be shown in the presence of a dying person. Once death has occurred, mourning may be loud and obvious. A person who is not overcome with emotion is not admired.
United Arab Emirates
Middle Easterners do not get along with Middle Western Doctors because of difference in culture values and practices.
Who Do Middle Easterners Believe Is Their Healers?
Most Middle Easterners believe that illness is sent from God as punishment for their sins because God is seen to be the afflicter as well as the healer.
How Do Middle Easterners Respond To Pain?
She first experienced Belly Dancing was 4 when her father took her to a Middle Eastern Restaurant where she heard a doumbek and she began dancing on the table.
Doumbek Drum SOLO
Zoe Saldana (Colombiana)-Lebanese
Vince Vaughn (Delivery Man)-Lebanese
Steve Jobs (Apple Founder)- Syrian
Emilio Estefan (Gloria Estefan Husband)- Lebanese
Paula Abdul (Singer)- Syrian
Shakira (Singer) -Lebanese
Islamic Culture- Is Basically Muslims
Jewish Culture- People who believe in Judaism
Arabic Culture- Countries in which Arabic is the official language
Shi'ism CUlture- Shia Islamic- disagreement concerning the succession of Muhammad