What is CultureVision™?
Transformative. Easily accessible. Factual. Substantial. Robust. Current and Up-to-date. CultureVision is an online database giving patient-facing caregivers access to information about 75 ethnic groups, religious groups and additional communities for use in providing culturally competent patient care.
Who uses CultureVision?
Hospitals. Clinics. Managed Care Systems. Medical and Nursing Schools. Higher Education Institutions. State and Federal Agencies. Veterans organizations. Our subscriber base includes a vast array of healthcare organizations that provide subscriptions for their doctors, nurses, and other patient-facing caregivers. CultureVision also benefits non-clinical staff seeking to improve teamwork, productivity, performance and communication by creating understanding of cultural commonalities and differences in the workforce and marketplace.
How does one gain access to CultureVision?
Access to this database is available through annual subscriptions. It is very easy to get started - there is nothing to install, and nothing to download. Schedule a fun and informative tour today and see how easy it is to access and use this resource.
How are groups chosen to be included in CultureVision?
CultureVision’s expansion since 2005 has often come as a result of the changing nature of the U.S. population, the availability of culture-specific studies, and also at times as a direct result of specific requests made by clients in reaction to their patient base. Given the vast array of cultures across the globe, and the changing nature of the world, we constantly strive to regularly add and update the resource's information.
Who contributes to CultureVision?
Our team has evolved over the years. Learn more about the people behind CultureVision.
What other cultural competency services and products do you offer?
Learn more about Cook Ross Inc’s other cultural competency offerings: http://www.crculturevision.com/services.aspx
What technology is required to view CultureVision?
In general, CultureVision is optimally viewed using one of these internet browsers: Internet Explorer 7 or 8, or the latest versions of Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. There are also several streaming videos available on the site that are hosted by blip.tv. If you have any trouble viewing these, please speak with your organization’s IT department about how to gain access to them.