A. CULTURAL, SPIRITUAL, AND RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY

1. Respect for cultures other than one’s own and for people’s specific beliefs and behaviors that emanate from their cultural background is known as:

  1. Multiculturalism
  2. Cultural sensitivity
  3. Ethnoculturalism
  4. Developing rapport

2. As you plan your interventions for assisting a family on the imminent death of a loved one, you consider the following approach in your plan of care:

  1. You will assess their coping mechanisms during a family conference after the patient’s death.
  2. You will review the patient and family assessment after the patient’s death to discern what is important for the family and determine their needs.
  3. You will be aware of the family’s cultural, social, and religious requirements related ...

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