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Why doesn't the client listen to me? Challenging ethnocentricities through clinical supervision to promote cultural competencies

Deering, Kris

Authors

Kris Deering Kris3. deering@uwe.ac.uk



Abstract

This paper aims to argue how developing self-awareness through clinical supervision may promote nurses’ cultural competencies in inpatient mental health care. Such capabilities include the ability to effectively work with those who may differences in linguistics, beliefs and values within the contexts of different national, ethic, religious, spiritual and/ or social groups.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Dec 21, 2015
Journal Mental Health Nursing Journal
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 36
Issue 4
Pages 10-12
Institution Citation Deering, K. (2015). Why doesn't the client listen to me? Challenging ethnocentricities through clinical supervision to promote cultural competencies
Keywords ethnocentrism, clinical supervision




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