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Which term refers to the skills and knowledge required to provide effective nursing care?

Cultural competence

What is the definition of culture?

The socially transmitted behavior patterns, beliefs, values, customs, arts, and all other characteristics of people that guide their view of the world

What term is used to describe an opinion or belief about a group of people that is ascribed to an individual?

Stereotype

What is the purpose of cultural humility according to the text?

To think about one’s own cultural beliefs and identities while learning about others

What are the essential connections that provide meaning and purpose in life called?

Spirituality

What is the term used to describe thinking that one culture’s ways of thinking, acting, and believing are the only right and natural ways?

Ethnocentrism

What is the term used to describe using culturally appropriate language and not offending another person’s cultural beliefs?

Cultural sensitivity

What is the term used to describe an appreciation for and attention to a culture’s celebrations, foods, and traditional arts and clothing?

Cultural awareness

What should nurses collect from culturally diverse patients and their families according to the text?

Data

What is the term used to describe a lifelong process of thinking about one’s own cultural beliefs and identities while learning about others?

Cultural humility

Which characteristic is considered a primary characteristic of cultural diversity?

Physical characteristics

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication styles?

Avoid appearing rushed

What does space refer to in the context of cultural diversity?

Personal space

Which concept is related to the perception of one's ability to control what happens to their health?

Perception of environmental control

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

Assess for orientation; reorient to time as needed

Which factor influences the choice of health-care providers?

Previous experiences

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for social organization?

Ask who lives in the patient's household and how they are related

Which characteristic is considered a secondary characteristic of cultural diversity?

Gender roles

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for environmental control?

Perform a cultural assessment of all patients

What is an important nursing communication assessment strategy?

Ask the patient to restate what they heard

Which one of these refers to the ways in which people are different from one another physiologically and genetically?

Biological variations

Which one of these is the least likely to change over time?

Death rituals of cultural groups

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for supporting patients in their expression of grief?

Observing for differences in the expression of grief

Which one of these is an example of a racial and ethnic group?

Hispanic/Latinx

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing spiritual care for patients?

Following patients' cues

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication with patients who have limited English proficiency?

Using a hospital employee as an interpreter

Which one of these is the most prominent value in Western medicine?

Research base

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding cultural beliefs and values?

Learning about cultural groups

Which one of these is an example of a health disparity?

Preventable differences in disease burden

Which one of these is an important role of nurses in providing optimal care?

All of the above

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding cultural beliefs and values?

Asking the patient about their religious beliefs

What is the term used to describe using culturally appropriate language and not offending another person’s cultural beliefs?

Cultural sensitivity

What should nurses collect from culturally diverse patients and their families according to the text?

Data related to their cultural beliefs and practices

What is the term used to describe a lifelong process of thinking about one’s own cultural beliefs and identities while learning about others?

Cultural humility

What is the purpose of cultural humility according to the text?

To appreciate and respect different cultures

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for environmental control?

Assessing the patient's beliefs about the environment

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication styles?

Adapting communication style to meet the patient's cultural needs

Which concept is related to the perception of one's ability to control what happens to their health?

Locus of control

Which one of these is an important role of nurses in providing optimal care?

Respecting cultural and spiritual characteristics

What is an important nursing communication assessment strategy?

Adapting communication style to meet the patient's cultural needs

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's cultural background?

Ask about the patient's religious beliefs and practices.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

Verify that the patient's spiritual practices assist in managing the stress of their illness.

Which characteristic is considered a primary characteristic of cultural diversity?

Nationality

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for social organization?

Ask who lives in the patient's household and how they are related.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for environmental control?

Perform a cultural assessment of all patients.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication styles?

Speak slowly and clearly.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

Have a clock in the patient's room.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for choice of health-care providers?

Ask about the patient's perceived health status and previous experiences.

What does space refer to in the context of cultural diversity?

One's personal space.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing spiritual care for patients?

Encourage the patient's spiritual practices in the future.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's preferences for health-care providers?

Ask the patient if they object to male or female health-care providers

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for teaching patients about biological variations that may pertain to them?

Ask the patient about their biological variations

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for supporting families in their expression of grief?

Observe for differences in the expression of grief among family members

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing culturally responsive care?

Acknowledge your own beliefs and biases

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for communicating with a patient who has limited English proficiency?

Use a hospital employee as an interpreter

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing spiritual care for patients?

Follow patients' cues

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding cultural beliefs and values?

Acknowledge the diverse beliefs and values of patients and families

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing optimal care?

Integrate the patients' beliefs, values, and traditions as much as possible

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

Ask the patient about their time orientation

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for social organization?

Ask the patient about their social organization

Which term is used to describe the socially transmitted behavior patterns, beliefs, values, customs, arts, and all other characteristics of people that guide their view of the world?

Culture

What is the term used to describe an appreciation for and attention to a culture’s celebrations, foods, and traditional arts and clothing?

Cultural awareness

What is the term used to describe the skills and knowledge required to provide effective nursing care?

Cultural competence

What is the term used to describe a lifelong process of thinking about one’s own cultural beliefs and identities while learning about others?

Cultural humility

What is the term used to describe thinking that one culture’s ways of thinking, acting, and believing are the only right and natural ways?

Ethnocentrism

What is the term used to describe an opinion or belief about a group of people that is ascribed to an individual?

Stereotype

What is the term used to describe the essential connections that provide meaning and purpose in life?

Spirituality

What is the term used to describe using culturally appropriate language and not offending another person’s cultural beliefs?

Cultural sensitivity

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

Applying a holistic approach to patient care

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's cultural background?

Collecting data on the patient's cultural background

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's cultural background?

Ask the patient about their religious beliefs and practices.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing spiritual care for patients?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication styles?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for social organization?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for environmental control?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for choice of health-care providers?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication with patients who have limited English proficiency?

All of the above.

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding cultural beliefs and values?

Ask the patient about their cultural background.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding biological variations?

Observe patients' eating patterns

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing culturally responsive care?

Acknowledge your own beliefs and biases

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for supporting families in their expression of grief?

Observe for differences in the expression of grief among family members

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

Ask patients about their religious beliefs

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication with patients who have limited English proficiency?

Use a hospital employee as an interpreter

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for environmental control?

Determine and respect the patient's eating pattern

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for social organization?

Observe for differences in the expression of grief among family members

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

Determine and respect the patient's eating pattern

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for teaching patients about biological variations that may pertain to them?

Teach good nutritional habits, paying attention to preferences

Which one of these is an important role of nurses in providing optimal care?

Integrate patients' beliefs, values, and traditions

Which term is used to describe the perception of one's ability to control what happens to their health?

Locus of control

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's cultural background?

Using culturally appropriate language

What is the term used to describe an appreciation for and attention to a culture's celebrations, foods, and traditional arts and clothing?

Cultural awareness

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

Providing holistic care

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication with patients who have limited English proficiency?

Using culturally appropriate language

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing culturally responsive care?

Using culturally appropriate language

What is the term used to describe an opinion or belief about a group of people that is ascribed to an individual?

Stereotype

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding cultural beliefs and values?

Thinking about one's own cultural beliefs

What is the term used to describe thinking that one culture's ways of thinking, acting, and believing are the only right and natural ways?

Ethnocentrism

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing optimal care?

Using culturally appropriate language

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

Documenting patient or family spiritual practices

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's cultural background?

Asking about the patient's cultural beliefs and values

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication styles?

Speaking slowly and clearly

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's preferences for health-care providers?

Asking about the patient's religious beliefs and practices

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for supporting families in their expression of grief?

Observing family interactions

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for environmental control?

Performing a cultural assessment of all patients

What is the term used to describe an appreciation for and attention to a culture's celebrations, foods, and traditional arts and clothing?

Cultural sensitivity

Which one of these is an example of a racial and ethnic group?

Race

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for social organization?

Asking who lives in the patient's household and how they are related

What is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

Having a clock in the patient's room

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding a patient's preferences for health-care providers?

Ask if patients object to male or female HCP.

Which one of these refers to the ways in which people are different from one another physiologically and genetically?

Susceptibility to certain diseases

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for supporting families in their expression of grief?

Support family in their expression of grief.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for providing culturally responsive care?

Integrate cultural practices into care.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for addressing spirituality in patients?

Follow patients’ cues.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for understanding cultural beliefs and values?

Teach about biological variations that may pertain to patient.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for communication with patients who have limited English proficiency?

Use a hospital employee as an interpreter.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for time orientation?

Understand the patient's cultural perception of time.

Which one of these is an important nursing assessment strategy for teaching patients about biological variations that may pertain to them?

Teach about biological variations that may pertain to patient.

Which one of these is the most prominent value in Western medicine?

Research base

Test your knowledge on cultural influences in nursing care with this quiz based on Chapter 4 of Understanding Medical-Surgical Nursing, Seventh Edition. Explore concepts related to culture and spirituality, understand the attributes of culturally diverse patients and their families, and learn how to collect relevant data for providing culturally sensitive care. Sharpen your skills and enhance your nursing practice with this informative quiz.

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