• Cultural Awareness in Nursing Practice
    Introduction In this essay my aim is to describe and discuss my own Filipino cultural background and how it might influence my nursing practice. Culture is our way of living (Wepa, 2005). It is also shaped by our values, beliefs, norms, and practices that are shared by members of the same cultu...
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  • Cultural Awareness
    Cultural Awareness Whatever type of patient a nurse encounters he/she has to be aware of that person's culture. Be it a person of the same race contrary to many peoples beliefs; there are many cultures within an ethnic group that help define that race. I think this is the reason many people ge...
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  • Cultural Diversity in Nursing Care
    Cultural Diversity in Nursing Care November 01, 2010 Cultural Diversity in Nursing Care Health in all cultures is an important aspect of life. A person’s cultural background, religion and/or beliefs, greatly influences a person’s health and their response to medical care (Spector, 2004)....
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  • Cultural Awareness
    Cultural awareness is one being aware of their personal attitudes, beliefs, biases, and behaviors that may influence the type of care they are able to render in an environment. One must be open minded and aware that their culture is not the only one that is "right". And that you cannot judge a pat...
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  • Cultural Difference in Nursing
    This assignment will be based on a patient from a different culture to my own and how the culture difference had a significant impact on the ability to communicate or engage with the patient. During this assignment the patient will be referred as Mr Y as confidentiality of the patient must be mainta...
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  • Cultural Competency and Cultural Humility in Nursing Practice
    Cultural Competency and Cultural Humility in Nursing Practice Lisa Watson UMASS Boston Online Professional Issues in Nursing NU 360 Ms. Carol Moran November 08, 2012 Abstract You may not like how the Presidential election turned out, but the victory of the Democrats was won partly by...
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  • Cultural Awareness
    How might developing cultural competence improve mental health services? Word Count 1692 Submission Date – 27th November 2012 Culture plays an important part in the development of a persons’ identity, relationships and influences behaviour (The Open University, 2010, p.74). Spencer (200...
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  • The Need for Cultural Awareness, Respect and Competency
    THE NEED FOR CULTURAL AWARENESS, RESPECT AND COMPETENCY What is culture? It is difficult to define culture. A characteristic usually included in definitions of culture is that it is "shared by people." Culture is also said to distinguish insiders from outsiders, those who are members of one cultu...
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  • Creating and Enriching Cultural Awareness Through Music and Dance
    Creating and Enriching Cultural Awareness through Philippine Dance and Music The arts and learning of a race or a nation are in its culture. Philippine has a rich body of indigenous artistic traditions which make it well known all over the world. Pearl of the Orient Seas has already been rich in...
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  • Cultural Awareness in an Asymmetric Environment
    Abstract I believe all experienced military leaders, both noncommissioned and commissioned, realize the importance of knowing every facet of the enemy and their environment. Throughout history, we have studied, witnessed and experienced great examples of the use of cultural knowledge during combat...
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  • Results of Poor Cross Cultural Awareness
    Results of Poor Cross Cultural Awareness Having a poor understanding of the influence of cross cultural differences in areas such as management, PR, advertising and negotiations can eventually lead to blunders that can have damaging consequences. It is crucial for today's business personnel to und...
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  • Importance of Cross Cultural Awareness
    INTRODUCTION For every business to be successful globally, the necessity of cultural awareness is vital. By understanding culture of doing business in a foreign country acts as a backbone for every successful international business, this involves understanding what influences the behaviour of you...
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  • Latino Cultural Awareness
    Latino Cultural Awareness Miya T. Binta Ethnic and Cultural Awareness COUN5334 P.O. Box 80332 Conyers, GA 30013 Mbinta1@capellauniversity.edu Instructor: Professor Jose Maldonado ABSTRACT This paper will focus on Latino immigrants; however, the more general term Latinos shal...
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  • Reflect Cultural Awareness in Work Practice
    Reflect cultural awareness in work practice Contents Demonstrate awareness of culture as a factor in all human behaviour by using culturally appropriate work practicesUse work practices that create a culturally and psychologically safe environment for all personsReview and modify work practices in...
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  • Global Cultural Awareness
    Global Cultural Awareness Don Schrump Walsh University When working in the global commercial environment, knowledge of the impact of cultural differences is one of the keys to international business success. Regardless of the sector in which you operate – finance, technology, or computers an...
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  • On English Language Teaching in China and Cultural Awareness Education
    On English language teaching in China and cultural awareness education Abstract: Language is an important tool of communication, but also the important and prominent cultural component parts. The different nationality's language bother ceives the national social culture, but also reflect constr...
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  • Cultural Competency in Nursing
    Running head: Cultural competency Cultural Competency in Nursing Practice Diana Oestreich The College of St. Scholastica Culturally Competent Care The nursing profession continues to walk towards exce...
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  • The Filipino Cultural Awareness
    The locals of the Philippines are called Filipinos. Their primary ancestors are the Malays who came from the southeastern Asian country or what is now called Indonesia. Before the Europeans discovered the country, Filipinos have had connections with China that resulted to a mixed Chinese-Filipi...
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  • Cultural Awareness
    ISSN 1798-4769 Journal of Language Teaching and Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 74-83, January 2012 © 2012 ACADEMY PUBLISHER Manufactured in Finland. doi:10.4304/jltr.3.1.74-84 Cultural Awareness and Translation Teaching at Higher Vocational College: Problems and Solutions Xuelian He Quzhou Colle...
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  • Cultural Awareness in Counselling Practices
    Cultural Awareness in Counselling practices I have chosen to focus this assignment on the Aboriginal and Vietnamese cultures. I hope to be working in an area which will have these two cultures as the dominant groups. The reason I have focussed on Vietnamese refugees instead of the culture of Viet...
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