Evidence based practice (EBP) is a process of integrating high quality evidence into practice or care provided by health professionals and decision makers in health care. This discussion will explore the meaning of the term Evidence Based Practice further and discuss its origins. EBP requires finding the best available evidence to inform practice, its greatest benefit being the best possible care for a client. Other benefits and limitations will be further discussed below. EBP demands the client be seen as an individual and their unique circumstances be considered in the application of evidence based care.
 This paradigm is useful as it enables practitioners to proactively and purposefully put into action a connected system of values and principles across the phases of a health promotion process. The principle that authorises the value of holistic health is that health incorporates interrelated dimensions of spiritual, mental, social and physical health and wellbeing.  Moreover, key values and principles the Red Lotus model includes are ensuring that needs assessment processes incorporate the perspectives of all stakeholders and prioritising work with communities that are most marginalised, vulnerable, disadvantaged
Cultural Competency means you are "pro-active in promoting cultural diversity and Seek opportunities to improve cultural relationships" (Cultural Competency by Brannon). Cultural competency in the health care sector is vital to giving accurate health care given the vast array of races, cultures and ethnicities we live among. If a healthcare practitioner were culturally inept, they are unable, unwilling or lack the skills to become competent in understanding and embracing cultural differences. As it pertains to healthcare, we can't apply treatment and diagnostics with a broad brush. We have to be able to take deeper look at everyone's culture, background and understand lineage and inherited characteristics.
Patients may be of different sex, age, nationality, profession, social status, and health status. However, they all deserve respect, attention, and compassion. The nurse should cooperate with the patient to find the solution to the health problems. The combination of creative knowledge of the nurse together with the maintenance of the patient is the aesthetic knowing. The means of transformative acts support the issue of aesthetics in nursing.
Multiethnic health in Australian health care systems manifest the fundamental values of multiculturalism work inside the framework of health care, with certifying that the training of health professional has a strong and specific emphasis on building cultural competence and effectiveness, that is, the ability to work competently and effectively in a culturally diverse workplace and in encounters with people from different cultural backgrounds to ensure the delivery of best level of healthcare. ( Australian Government. The people of Australia. Australia’s Multicultural Policy; 2011.) Cultural competence, (National Health and Medical Research Council.
Healthcare is moving more and more into the future and technological advancements are now a daily occurrence. Nurses must complete continuing education to stay informed and competent in current practices. However, as the science of nursing is clearly advancing rapidly, some feel like the art of nursing is falling by the wayside (Scala 2017). Given the growing emphasis on the current healthcare
The changing climate as a result of the advent of value-based care continues to place significant demands on hospitals, medical providers, healthcare organizations, and physicians to take a completely new look at the marketing strategy. A coherent strategy and sustained quality are critical in today’s healthcare market to attract new patients, retain existing clients, and maintain positive and productive relationships between the patients and hospital staff. To be viable today, healthcare organizations have to utilize effective strategic planning to develop integrated marketing strategies that makes it efficient and easy for the target population to identify what they need, make informed decisions, and provide insights and new information – not just basic promotion. Also, such efforts have to be constantly evaluated to ensure highest quality that fosters better outcomes and more value for the
Introduction to the Culturally Competent Care Firstly, the paper introduces a series of important questions a nurse should ask him/her about the importance of cultural competence in patient 's care, the assessment tool which is more feasible to use according to each specific population, and how that knowledge would help to improve patient 's care and reduce healthcare disparities especially for minorities. Importance of the Culturally Competent
In a clinical practice, cultural safety is well defined as a Health Professional’s perception of his or her own personal culture and how these personal cultural values and belief may impact on the provision of care to the person, regardless of race or ethnicity. Cultural safety combines cultural awareness and cultural sensitivity and is reinforced by good communication, recognition of the diversity of views nationally and internationally between ethnic groups. There are four levels in the cultural respect framework, Knowledge and Awareness, Skilled Practice and Behaviour, Strong Customer and Community Relationships and Equity of Outcomes. The cultural respect framework provides the foundation of attainment of changed knowledge and awareness,
So, healthcare organizations and with their management team and leaders are having a quite tough time. For instance, like on how their organization will adapt to under new administration and changes every year, how to put on stop the high cost of medical supplies and drugs without hurting the other industries, how to improve patient care without harming the organizations financial stability, and how to assimilate the constant changing and evolving technology. Addressing the current issues in healthcare system is a big-time problem for the healthcare organization. These includes the develop system for care management and coordination, work toward collaborative leadership, and create a high safety and high reliable healthcare organization. But on today’s environment, what really is the most important thing should organization to discuss, is it the safety of our patients, is it the new and innovative technology, is the administration and lawmakers, is it the healthcare staff, is the cost of