Assignment: It is vitally important that nurses are aware of other cultures as they collaborate with a diverse work force as well as patients and their families. Assume you are Masaya’s preceptor.

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[It is vitally important that nurses are aware of other cultures as they collaborate with a diverse work force as well as patients and their families. Assume you are Masaya’s preceptor.
It is vitally important that nurses are aware of other cultures as they collaborate with a diverse work force as well as patients and their…
It is vitally important that nurses are aware of other cultures as they collaborate with a diverse work force as well as patients and their families. Assume you are Masaya’s preceptor.It is vitally important that nurses are aware of other cultures as they collaborate with a diverse work force as well as patients and their families. Assume you are Masaya’s preceptor. What leadership skills should you model to assist Masaya and your fellow coworkers with his acceptance into the work-group/team based on what you discover by watching the video (link is below).Diversity and Disparities in Healthcare (graded)VisualAlicia, the nurse leader, is wearing a lab coat. She is an African American. Masaya is wearing street clothes and is a Filipino who is approximately 25 years old. They are sitting in the nurse leader’s office at the hospital, with Alicia behind her desk.AudioNurse leader: Thank you so much for coming in today for this discussion. It is so hectic when you are on duty; I appreciate you meeting with me on your day off when we can have a better chance to talk. Be sure to clock in as you will be paid for this time.I would like to discuss how you are adapting to working in the United States in general, and on our unit specifically. How’s it going?Staff nurse: Thank you, ma’am, for asking me to come in. I don’t mind at all. I usually clean my apartment on my day off. It’s so small, it only takes about 10 minutes. (both laugh)Hmm… how do I think it is going? Now, don’t get me wrong. I love my job and my preceptor is great, but it has been a challenge. For example, I noticed the other day that a few of the nurses rolled their eyes when I began report with my patients’ sur names instead of their first names. This is the way I was taught to do it in the Philippines, but I guess it sounds weird here.And my preceptor told me that when I respond to everyone by saying “Yes, ma’am,” or “Yes, sir,” it doesn’t come across as respectful, but instead makes them feel old.

 

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