Working with Religious Diversity [HTML]

Working with Religious Diversity [HTML]

This resource provides additional religio-cultural information not covered in our courses, it contains tips and guidelines, and approaches based on cultural consideration.

It includes case studies using multi-media to enhance the learning process.

  • Section I provides an overview of the systems of Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Chinese Folk Religion.
  • Section II presents information on how the principles from these philosophical systems and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) interact in the New Zealand healthcare system.
  • Section III provides links to a Table on Interactions of some Western Drugs with Chinese Herbs, a comparative and summary table of East Asian Doctrines, a Bibliography and list of References for this resource, and an interactive Quiz.

The following are pre-requisite courses:

To access the above course, you need to check your eligibility and how to register/enrol.

This resource is only available in HTML online format.

To access the HTML online resource, you need to have an eCALD® user account.

  • If you do not have an account, you need to check your eligibility first, then click the GO TO LOGIN button below.
  • If you already have an account, please click on the GO TO LOGIN below. 

Reminder: please complete pre-requisite course(s) if you are eligible.

Researched and written by Victoria Camplin-Welch.

Produced by eCALD® Services, Waitemata District Health Board (2012)

© Waitemata District Health Board (2012)

Keywords

CALD Taoism TCM Religio-cultural information Buddhism Religious Diversity Folk Religion Confucianism Traditional Chinese Medicine