Embracing inclusivity in the workplace by challenging discrimination
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Embracing inclusivity in the workplace by challenging discrimination

Tricia Scott Consultant editor, Emergency Nurse

As a nurse in practice, I recall talking to a patient to establish what had happened leading up to his accident. He spoke in English in what I can only describe as a heavy foreign accent and I struggled to understand him, feeling embarrassed as I asked him to repeat himself. Communication is a key indicator of how we accommodate another person’s cultural difference.

Emergency Nurse. 30, 4, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/en.30.4.5.s1

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