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UW Nursing Grand Rounds

Offered by
University of Washington Medical Center
University of Washington School of Nursing

Centers of excellence in education, research and primary and specialized health care.

Clinical Cultural Competence: What Can I Do to Promote Culturally Appropriate Patient Care?

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Presented on: Monday, July 06, 2009

What you should be able to do after this presentation:

  • Define cultural competence
  • List the cultural competencies
  • Integrate elements of the cross cultural interview with current practice


Watch Video. Noel Chrisman, PhD, MPH
Professor, Psychosocial and Community Health, University of Washington School fo Nursing

UW Nursing Grand Rounds

Nursing Grand Rounds are presented quarterly at the University of Washington (UW) to explore issues for nurses in acute care settings and highlight innovations in care delivery. The goal of UW Nursing Grand Rounds is to enhance patient outcomes by integrating academic, research and clinical nursing knowledge into everyday nursing practice. Teaching methods include lecture and discussion.

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