Unit 7 HW 3

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Nurses communicate with people of all ages from many diverse cultures. With the older population increasing and many ethnic groups visiting and/or moving into our country, it is imperative that we can communicate effectively with all clients.

Write a client scenario.

  • Utilize a client that is from another country for which you are interested in meeting the challenges of communicating. You will want to utilize your Purnell Cultural reference book.
  • As well as being from another country, maybe speaking another language, and having different cultural beliefs and attitudes, your client scenario should include physiologic and psychological changes (these are changes, not diagnosis as described in the third bullet point – think about the Cognitive Integrity and Sensory Perception discussion in Module 2).
  • Describe the location where you are meeting your client (clinic, doctor's office, hospital, nursing home, or rehab center).
  • List at least one physiologic problem (medical diagnosis) for your client (e.g. hypertension, obesity, diabetes, arthritis).
  • Describe what some communication strategies would be and what challenges in relation to this client scenario.
  • What interventions would the practical nurse anticipate on the client care plan?

Remember the concept of motivation wellness is defined as actions taken by a person, initiated by the intrinsic needs and values of that person as a desire to improve health and wellness.

Health Promotion is part of the concept of education and health promotion, and is defined as empowering clients through teaching and learning methodologies in order to encourage them to take control over their own health and wellness outcomes.

To help you with this assignment, see the below example of Client Scenario below:

Client Scenario Example

Any outside resources must be added in APA format.

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School: UT Austin



Client Scenario


Client Scenario
Madam Sheila, a mother of three daughters, came to our healthcare clinic today. Sheila
currently resides in Germany, and it’s her first time to land in America. She is accompanied by
two of her daughters who are around the age of 12 and 15 years of age. Sheila has been the bread
winner in the family for the last two years after her husband divorced her. Sheila seems to be
having some meltdowns given the way she is so anxious to meet the doctor.
Sheila has come all the way with the aim of accessing health care consultation. The
challenge with dealing and helping her is that she only understands the Ger...

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