CULTURAL COMPETENCE OF NURSE LEADERS IN HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH INSTITUTIONS
Keywords:Healthcare Organization, Nurse Leaders, Cultural Competence, Management
Healthcare sector is a multidisciplinary approach especially in hospitals effective leadership also necessitates acknowledgement of circumstances nurses should realize that their leadership and cultural care is as important in providing quality care. Demographic changes reflect a multicultural population and increasing the diversity of the nation brings significant challenges in providing individualized and holistic care. Leadership requires the identification of desired change and is capable of encouraging others to instigate change. In order to increase the quality of care for patients, it is imperative that healthcare leaders recognize and grow the skills which are needed for the upcoming batch of nurse leaders. Recent trend, that has influenced nursing and health professional, concerning to focus on culturally competent care in intensive stress healthcare environments. Nursing and all health workers need to be trained in cultural competency; thus, this cultural competency education may minimize potential negative outcomes.
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