Cultural Competence: Registered Professional Nurse Responsibility

Culture can be described as the learned and shared convictions, values and lifestyles of a particular or designated group, which are commonly transmitted inter-generationally and influence a person’s action and thinking modes (Purnell, 2013). Different groups of people consider the U.S. home.

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Another nursing interventions intervention is developing spiritually or religious centered programs to handle different spiritual and religious needs of patients. Culturally or spiritually centered committees, clients and families may play a vital role in these centralized programs. Another is to make available and or accessible the use of alternative therapies as part of the care program with approval of doctor to ensure there is no contraindications with other treatments.

References
Kersey-Matusiak, G. (2013). Delivering culturally competent nursing care. New York, NY: Springer Pub. Co.

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