Cultural differences can impact how people perceive situations such as a visit to the doctor. For some cultures, this is seen as something an individual does, for other cultures, they see it as an important event which a good number of family members need to attend.
Part of providing culturally competent care is providing care in the way that the patient wants to receive it. Sometimes this takes an extra step, but in the end, providing care for patients in a culturally competent manner will help us to improve our healthcare outcomes.
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