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Topic: Research Cultural Beliefs and How they Effect Healthcare
Initial Discussion Post:
Using the assigned readings and information from the literature, compose a response to the following:
Initial Discussion Post:
Within our communities there is an increasing number of families whose beliefs forbid strange men from touching their women. A small community hospital has male and female nurses on the labor and delivery unit. Because of illness, the unit is short staffed with two male nurses on shift and there are several patients with this cultural belief.
• Describe why the patient’s culture is so important to be aware of in the perinatal setting.
• Describe two strategies the RN can take to provide patient centered care and show respect for these patients and families?
• What if a member of the health care team does not support strategies planned to meet the cultural requests of the patient and family?
Base your post on your readings and research of the topic.
Discussion must include:
• Contain a minimum of 250 words. References, citations, and repeating the question do not count towards the 250 word minimum. The initial post is the first post made whether or not it contains any content. A blank initial post will be graded zero points by the instructor.
• Contain at least one (1) current professional nursing reference. o A current professional nursing reference is from current (five  years old or less) professional sources published in the United States. o Sources such as Wikipedia, Medicine Net, nursing blogs etc. are not professional nursing resources and do not count towards the one (1) reference minimum.
• Display use of academic writing. Academic writing is expected to be precise, semi-formal, impersonal, and objective. (Nordquist, 2015, para. 2)
Have all sources cited within discussion post and on reference list formatted correctly using APA guidelines.
Textbooks (Chapter numbers and titles may differ in subsequent editions of a given textbook. If your edition is different, use the Table of Contents in the textbook to locate the appropriate chapters to read):
• Kee, J., Hayes, E., & McCuistion, L. (2015). Pharmacology: A nursing process approach (8th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
o Chapter 53: Female Reproductive Cycle I: Pregnancy and Preterm Labor Drugs (Section on “Drugs that Decrease Uterine Muscle Contractility” through end of chapter)
o Chapter 54: Female Reproductive Cycle II, Labor, Delivery and Preterm Neonatal Drugs (Section on “Drugs for Pain Control During Labor” until section on “Surfactant Therapy in Preterm Labor”)
• Nursing Diagnosis
o Use your chosen Nursing Diagnosis Guidebook to review the nursing diagnoses specific to the content covered in this module.
• Pillitteri, A. (2014). Maternal & child health nursing: Care of the childbearing and childrearing family (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.
o Chapter 15: Nursing Care of a Family During Labor and Birth
o Chapter 16: The Nursing Role in Providing Comfort During Labor and Birth
o Chapter 21: Nursing Care of a Family Experiencing a Sudden Pregnancy Complication (sections on placenta previa and premature separation of the placenta)
o Chapter 23: Nursing Care of a Family Experiencing a Complication of Labor or Birth
o Chapter 24: Nursing Care of a Family During a Surgical Intervention for Birth
Web Based and Other Professional Resources
Cultural Beliefs and Their Effects to Healthcare Name: Institution: Describe why the patient`s culture is so important to be aware of in the prenatal setting. It essential for nurses and physicians to respect the patient`s culture majorly in the prenatal setting because during childbirth, it may force male nurses/doctors to see parts of a woman`s body that are private according to various cultures. For instance, in many cultures, women play a role of keeping and honoring cultural tradit