Have an interpreter to translate.
Speak loudly and closely to the client.
Speak to the client and family together.
A 45-year-old African-American woman.
A 35-year-old Native-American man.
A 30-year-old Hispanic-American man.
A 25-year-old Asian-American woman.
Walk around the client so that the nurse can constantly face the client.
Call the attention of the client by speaking loudly.
Continue with the instructions. then confirming client’s understanding.
Hand over a written instruction and discuss only what the client doesn’t understand.
An acceptance of the treatment.
Client understanding of the preoperative procedures.
Reflecting a cultural value.
Client agreement to the required procedures.
Weighing the client.
Asking the mother questions about the child.
Having an interpreter if necessary.
Admiring the child.
Ask the dietary department to replace the hamburger with crabs.
Replace the whole milk with fat-free milk.
Call the dietary department and ask for a new meal tray.
Deliver the designated food tray to the client.
Do you have any allergy to medicines?
When did the pain start?
Do you have any difficulty breathing?
How close is your family during these situations?
An illness is cast by an enemy.
An illness is a result of punishment for sins.
An illness may be attributed to overexertion.
An illness may be given by someone who did not want it.
Establish the trust of the health care provider first before accepting the treatment.
Call a clergy to ask for the religious preference of the treatment.
Manage the emotional distress on their own to avoid disgrace.
Resort with the use of herbal medicines with healing properties.
Tell me about these medicines and how often you are using them.
I advise you to refrain taking those medicines from the tribal healer.
Could these medicines cause your headaches?
Maybe you should increase the frequency of the healer’s medicines.
Giving any medication is not allowed.
Surgery is strictly prohibited.
Blood products can not be administered.
Alternative medicines can be advised.
Foods considered being yin.
Foods considered being yang.
Shrimp and mussels.
Beef and pork.
Tuna and salmon.
Cheese and milk.