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The Influence of Culture in Population Based Health Care

The Influence of Culture in Population Based Health Care

The Influence of Culture in Population Based Health Care

Maryann Bozzette, Ph.D, R.N., CLC
Maryann Bozzette, Ph.D, R.N., CLC

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This lecture discusses the meaning of culture and the influence of culture on how we view healthcare. Working with patients from cultures different from our own requires learning new skills and approaches. Building trust with culturally diverse patients and increasing their access to adequate care is a priority of nursing and a cornerstone of population based health.

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Upon completion of this lecture, the learner will be able to:
1. Understand the effect of culture on one’s perceptions and behavior
2. Explain how persons from multiple cultures have difficulty with healthcare systems
3. State three ways to improve communication when caring for persons from another culture.
Maryann Bozzette, Ph.D, R.N., CLC

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Maryann Bozzette, Ph.D, R.N., CLC

I have been teaching nursing for almost 20 years. My background is Neonatal/Pediatrics, and primarily NICU. I graduated from a small women's college in Buffalo called D'Youville College (it is now co-ed). I started my career at Children's Hospital in Boston. I received my Master's from the University of Washington and worked as a clinical nurse specialist for 5 years. I then returned to UW for my PhD because I really wanted to be a researcher. My research focuses on premature and high risk infants. I am most interested in their social and perceptual development, parental attachment, and parent-infant interaction. I also strongly support breastfeeding and currently I am conducting a study called "Transitioning Premature Infants to Direct Exclusive Breastfeeding".

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