Epidemiology in nursing
Nurse epidemiologists identify high-risk individuals or populations, track illness progression, describe areas of health-care need, determine program priorities, size, and scope, and evaluate their effectiveness. They frequently do not provide direct medical care, preferring to serve as a resource and provide educational initiatives.
The promotion of their nursing conduct will be aided by articulating their own beliefs, resulting in enhanced healthcare outcomes. Students who want to be nurses must understand that it is their obligation to provide care, nurturing, and help to those around them.
- Avoid Making Assumptions.
- Learn About Other Cultures.
- Build Trust and Rapport.
- Overcome Language Barriers.
- Educate Patients About Medical Practices.
- Practice Active Listening.
Discuss how your values, beliefs, culture, and self-concept affect the nurse practitioner/client relationships. Identify strategies in epidemiology that offer or demonstrate culturally sensitive care. Include in your discussion your personal cultural heritage (Cuban Heritage, I grew up in Cuba and live in the USA now) and its impact on your life. (Support your answer with 3 references not including your textbook).