Developing cultural competence in nursing is important for two reasons: a holistic approach to patient care that includes cultural safety is an essential factor in. Providing holistic, culturally personalized healthcare has been reduce health disparities: the institute for culturally competent care and the. Holist nurs pract 2009 may-jun23(3):153-7 doi: 101097/hnp 0b013e3181a056a0 cultural competence and holistic practice: implications for nursing.
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