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Development and Psychometric Assessment of the Healthcare Provider Cultural Competence Instrument

This study presents the measurement properties of 5 scales used in the Healthcare Provider Cultural Competence Instrument (HPCCI). The HPCCI measures a health care provider's cultural competence along 5 primary dimensions: (1) awareness/sensitivity, (2) behaviors, (3) patient-centered communication,... Full description

Journal Title: INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization Provision, and Financing, 23 April 2015, Vol.52
Main Author: Schwarz, Joshua L
Other Authors: Witte, Raymond , Sellers, Sherrill L , Luzadis, Rebecca A , Weiner, Judith L , Domingo-Snyder, Eloiza , Page, James E
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  • Witte, Raymond
  • Sellers, Sherrill L
  • Luzadis, Rebecca A
  • Weiner, Judith L
  • Domingo-Snyder, Eloiza
  • Page, James E
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  • Cultural Competence
  • Health Care
  • Survey Instrument
  • Instrument Validation
  • Scales
  • Medicine
  • Public Health
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description: This study presents the measurement properties of 5 scales used in the Healthcare Provider Cultural Competence Instrument (HPCCI). The HPCCI measures a health care provider's cultural competence along 5 primary dimensions: (1) awareness/sensitivity, (2) behaviors, (3) patient-centered communication, (4) practice orientation, and (5) self-assessment. Exploratory factor analysis demonstrated that the 5 scales were distinct, and within each scale items loaded as expected. Reliability statistics indicated a high level of internal consistency within each scale. The results indicate that the HPCCI effectively measures the cultural competence of health care providers and can provide useful professional feedback for practitioners and organizations seeking to increase a practitioner's cultural competence.
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