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Assessment of Cultural Competence Among Nurses: The Need Of Hour

Xiaoxing Feng, RN; Lili Jin, RN; Hongyang Liu, RN; Ling Song, RN; Shuli Wang, RN; Liyan Yu, RN

Cultural competence and skills are the major part of professionalism a nurse should achieve to provide the best quality health care without hurting the culturally sensitive issues in all aspects. This review focused on the assessment of cultural competence and skills among nursing professionals. Assessment of these skills is very much necessary for accountability as well as improving the capability among the nurses or nursing professionals. Many tools are developed across the world including many region-specific. These tools can be employed for the self-assessment to know the self-competency and to assess the effectiveness of training programs among the professionals.

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