I live in a geopolitical community composed of natural geographic features of mountainous terrain and a business economic environment, which is the community’s source of livelihood. My community is geopolitical as political leaders who are democratically elected by community members to safeguard and advance their interests, For instance, they oversight key elements of the community like allocation of state’s resources and healthcare promotions. I live in a phenomenological community of religious individuals who are stunt Christians. This is a phenomenological community since community members have shared values and beliefs of the Christian faith.
Issues of heritage diversity might challenge health nurses’ delivery of care to different communities. In addition, the communities socio-economic status also affects health nurses delivery of care as the status determine the communities abilities to access healthcare or their general health status. Issues of culture, which affects the members’ attitudes and health perception, are challenging factors in delivering care for the same community. However, to health nurses, delivering care to the different community has the benefit of creating a practicum of experience to different needs of a healthy population. A possible solution of overcoming heritage diversity issues in the delivery of care is through efficient cultural diversity training for all health nurses (Maurer & Smith, 2013). Currently, there are no global health issues in our community. My community is multiethnic with sub-communities of whites, African-American, Asian-American, and Caucasians. A consideration that needs to be addressed in our community is heritage diversity in the provision of healthcare.
Maurer, F. A., & Smith, C. M. (2013). Community/public health nursing practice: Health for families and populations (5th ed.). St. Louis, Mo.: Elsevier/Saunders.
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