Read/review the following resources for this activity:
- Textbook: Section 3; Integrative Questions for Section 3
- Outside resources are optional; however, you could consider using the course textbook to support your explanation.
Valuing diversity in the workplace is essential to creating an inclusive culture of caring.
For this assignment, please choose from one of the following scenarios and appropriately apply each of the five key attributes (communication, flexibility, integrity, ethical behavior, critical thinking skills) describing how you as the professional would handle the situation.
- Scenario 1: A social worker calls on a Hispanic client who does not speak any English. The social worker is refused entrance to the home because she is Caucasian even though the social worker speaks fluent Spanish.
- Scenario 2: A female Muslim patient refuses care from you, a qualified male nurse. She refuses to explain to you why she is requesting a different caregiver.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
- Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
- 1-inch margins
- Double spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman font
- Title page
- References page (as needed)
Scenario 2: A female Muslim patient refuses care from you, a qualified male nurse. She refuses to explain to you why she is requesting a different caregiver.
Health systems are designed to address shared global health challenges, regardless of citizenship, income, or social status. A health system that meets the needs of modern society must identify the complexities of intercultural patient-doctor interaction and offer advanced solutions. Most of the difficulties of cross-cultural communication are related not so much to the linguistic environment as to religious, gender, or ethnic differentiation. This essay aims to form the author’s opinion and propose concrete actions in response to a scenario in which a Muslim woman refuses medical care from a male nurse.
It is essential for the healthcare professional to be able to create an environment in which the patient feels as free and comfortable as possible. Difficulties in communication between nurses and patients affect the quality of care and change the course of treatment (Teunissen et al., 2017). In this scenario, a woman cannot accept medical attention from a man….Please click the icon below to purchase the full answer at only $10.