Diversity and cultural competence in infusion nursing practice

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The Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice contains elements of diversity and cultural competence throughout” Abitz (2016).

Abstract:

The importance of cultural competence in every nursing practice setting in today’s world cannot be understated. Unconscious bias can have detrimental effects on therapeutic relationships and health outcomes.

Nursing models of cultural competence by Purnell, Leininger, and Campinha-Bacote are reviewed. The Kleinman Model and LEARN Model offer questions and guidelines to facilitate assessment of patients’ understanding of illness and treatment. The Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice contains elements of diversity and cultural competence throughout. Self-reflection of one’s own values, beliefs, biases, and practice as an infusion nurse will promote the development of cultural competence.

Reference:

Abitz, T.L. (2016) Cultural Congruence and Infusion Nursing Practice. Journal of Infusion Nursing. 39(2), p.75–79.

doi: 10.1097/NAN.0000000000000157

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