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According to the latest American Community Survey, America's population is more culturally diverse than ever before (U.
7] A culturally competent nurse should assess each patient individually and not make assumptions about a patient's beliefs and health practices.
We live in a culturally diverse state with more than 20 percent of Queenslanders born overseas.
Participants highlighted the limited availability of interpreters and, at times, lack of support from colleagues in accessing culturally appropriate resources.
Regional chairpersons of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing nominated individuals who demonstrated: expert knowledge and skills in the teaching of nursing; knowledge and skills in clinical nursing practice; continued professional interest; evidence of expertise in culturally sensitive nursing and the teaching of nursing through writing, teaching, and community service; and peer recognition or other forms of recognition in nursing.
Social work may be uniquely well positioned to meet this challenge as professional standard calls for cultural competence; however, the literature that specifically discusses language-related issues and culturally competent research methods with language minorities is regrettably limited in social work.
Today, even though much has been written about culturally responsive teaching, I am often surprised to find that the notion of culturally responsive teaching does not resonate with urban teachers and when it does, they do not know how to teach their specific subjects from that pedagogical stance.
The Wilsons' sleuthing has led them to discover yet another culturally loaded site--an abandoned state sanatorium, circa World War I, located in New Zealand and associated briefly with the development of eugenics.
However, the general lack of response raises serious questions about where our system of care is currently focused, and where it will be focused as Americans become older, more culturally diverse, with incomes more disparate, and with insurance less likely to cover oral health services.
Culturally and linguistically diverse voices from the community are heard in chapter 4.
The contrast between surface and deep structure highlights the potential need to go beyond simple measures to improve acceptability, such as choosing culturally appropriate images for a brochure.
To be culturally sensitive, an intervention must have content that is welcoming to the target culture.

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