Improving Cross-Cultural Awareness and Skills to Reduce Health Disparities in Cancer

Improving Cross-Cultural Awareness and Skills to Reduce Health Disparities in Cancer


Identification: MSNJ0805
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  • 1.30 - CH
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Delivering culturally sensitive care gives health professionals an opportunity to help reduce racial and ethnic disparities attributable to patient provider interactions in the diverse settings across the continuum of care. Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is stressful; dealing with that diagnosis in a setting that is culturally unfamiliar or with a provider who speaks a different language can make the experience frightening. The nurse must be attuned to the cultural needs of the cancer patient and family members/significant others.

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