How to ensure nursing care is culturally appropriate
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How to ensure nursing care is culturally appropriate

It is important nurses appreciate the factors that shape individuals’ and families’ needs and expectations

Culturally appropriate care is the provision of care that recognises a person’s identity in terms of the groups to which they feel they belong, says Mark Johnson, emeritus professor of diversity in health and social care at the Mary Seacole Research Centre, De Montfort University in Leicester.

Nursing Management. 28, 4, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.4.14.s11

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