Culturally Competent School Nurse Practice.

Abstract

School nurses are among the professional specialty disciplines in the school environment that have the unique opportunity of exploring and building upon effective practices when working and providing service to diverse populations. As such, school nurses must not only acquire the skills to survive in the culture of education; they must also develop cultural competence by engaging in self-identity and reflection, understanding cultural differences, being culturally responsive, identifying social injustices, and engaging in life-long learning experiences.

DOI: 10.1177/1942602X15605169

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@article{Carr2015CulturallyCS, title={Culturally Competent School Nurse Practice.}, author={B. Carr and Stephanie Knutson}, journal={NASN school nurse}, year={2015}, volume={30 6}, pages={336-42} }