Learning about culturally humble care of sexual and gender minority patients.
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Each day, nurses care for patients from diverse cultures and backgrounds, including those who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer. To facilitate productive health partnerships, nurses need to be aware of a patient's sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression. Prelicensure nursing students employed cultural humility with the use of a video and a guided discussion. The purpose of this article is to describe teaching strategies that can be used by other nurse educators.
- Bell, LM; Brennan-Cook, J; Sisson, J; Steigerwald, M; Cook, C; Cicero, EC; Cary, MP
- July 2019
- Teaching and Learning in Nursing : Official Journal of the National Organization for Assciate Degree Nursing
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- 14 / 3
Start / End Page
- 216 - 218
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