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Ebook can be found here: evolve.elsevier.com Login: hchung52 Password: Chip1051*This discussion focuses on cultural, social, and spiritual factors that influence the patients for whom we care. You will discuss ways to perform cultural, social, and spiritual assessments and consider how these factors affect the patients for whom you care.Upon successful completion of this discussion, you will be able to:Assess cultural, social, and spiritual factors affecting the patients for whom you care.
Discuss cultural, social, and spiritual differences within patients that may influence their nursing care.
ResourcesBible: Version of your choice
Textbook: Professional Nursing: Concepts and Challenges
File: Partial List of References for the Textbook by Black – 7th edition APA
File: Resources for Workshop 4: Cultural Considerations and Spirituality
Background InformationOur patients’ culture affects how they will interact with us verbally and non-verbally. It also can affect how healthcare decisions are made, how patients view their illness, how they feel their illness should be treated, their preferred meal choices, and how they react to pain. It can also determine the number of visitors they would like to have visit.Spiritual factors also play a role in healthcare. According to Anandarajah and Hight (2001), “Up to 77 percent of patients would like spiritual issues considered as part of their medical care, yet only 10 to 20 percent of physicians discuss these issues with their patients” (p. 81). According to Williams, Meltzer, Arora, Chung, and Curtain (2010), “patients who reported having discussed spiritual issues with someone while in the hospital were significantly more likely to give superior ratings on all four satisfaction measures, regardless of whether or not they had desired such a discussion with regard to their healthcare” (p. 1265). In this discussion, you will consider some tools for assessing cultural, social, and spiritual factors that influence your patients as well as the vulnerable population you selected for your service-learning activity.ReferencesAnandarajah, G., & Hight, E. (2001). Spirituality and medical practice: Using the HOPE questions as a practical tool for spiritual assessment. American Family Physician, 63(1), 81-89. Retrieved from http://www.aafp.org/afp/2001/0101/p81.htmlWilliams, J. A., Meltzer, D., Arora, V., Chung, G., & Curlin, F. A. (2011). Attention to inpatients’ religious and spiritual concerns: predictors and association with patient satisfaction. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 26(11), 1265-1271. doi:10.1007/s11606-011-1781-yInstructionsReview the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
In your textbook, Professional Nursing: Concepts and Challenges, read Chapter 13, “Nurses, Patients, and Families: Caring at the Intersection of Health, Illness, and Culture.”
Review the Resources for Workshop 4: Cultural Considerations and Spirituality.
Look for articles related to cultural considerations or cultural sensitivity.
Review the questions in the Considering Culture Box on page 295 in Professional Nursing: Concepts and Challenges (9th ed.).
Prepare to discuss the following prompts:Describe your cultural heritage including traditions that may have been passed down through your family.
Describe a time when you were aware of a cultural difference within another person. How did you respond to that difference-how did it make you feel?
Within the vulnerable population you chose to serve during this course, of what social, cultural, and spiritual considerations should nurses be aware?