Cultural competency is the ability to understand and interact with people from various cultures. It is helpful in both personal and professional relationships. Understanding other cultures is a necessity not only for getting along with others but also for avoiding problems.
How Cultural Competence Training Helped Me Be a Better Nurse By Tonika Bruce
“The cultural competence training helped me realize that cultural values are important to the success of any organization or individual,” I said. “I’m not just a nurse, but an advocate and supporter for diversity.” Visit: thenetworknurse.com
Developing Cultural Competency as a Nurse by Tonika Bruce
In order to be a successful nurse, you need to have more than just medical knowledge. Cultural competence is a skill that comes in handy. Cultural competency is the ability to understand and interact with people from various cultures. It’s not only useful in personal relationships but also in professional ones too. Especially in the medical field. In this podcast we will discuss how nurses can develop cultural competence so they can better provide care for their patients while avoiding any potential problems along the way!
Making Discipline in Networking Your Area Of Strength by Tonika Bruce
As nurses, we need to show that we are proactive, responsive, and willing to put ourselves in others’ shoes. I would explain how networking improves how nurses communicate about patient care and fosters healthy relationships with today’s episode.
How to be an Instant Impact as New Nurse by Tonika Bruce
In this episode, we are going to explore the characteristics of a successful nurse. Feel free to join me as we discuss factors that will mold you into a prosperous nurse. We will also explain the ingredients of success in the nursing career.