Nursing Leadershipwk4 Disc

    My institution is located near one of the largest military installations in the United States. We see many patients of different cultures. I also live in Texas and we see a majority of patients that represent the Mexican culture. I would most definitely incorporate someone from the Mexican culture into my team. As a nurse leader I will need to understand the cultural differences among the staff. Having someone from the Mexican culture will help the team understand the language, health practices, beliefs and customs and this will allow for more effective communication with staff, patients and families. There are many dialects spoken in Mexico. They include Spanish, English and indigenous Indian language. Verbal communication is important and understanding that someone of Mexican cultural may stand close and use a loud voice is also important. Older adults do not maintain eye contact. Knowing that this culture may show up late to appointments, it is important to stress the reasons for being on time for health care appointments. Extended family tend to be a good resource for this population (Purnell, 2014).  This person will be able to help provide insight and education to staff. Having cultural diverse team and members will help the group learn and grow and provide safe, effective, quality care to our patients 

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