All healthcare staff as a human being has to assume his role with the patient at times this requires support to maintain stability emotionally to the various events that occur, and for this reason must realize that one of his main duties is to find time to speak with patients and deepen the psychosocial and anthropological aspects. The anxiety of the moment that can lead to a culture other than their own is a barrier to effective communication because it causes distortions with inability to understand, remember or even to listen. If the doctor or nurse will want to ensure that the patient understands what is being said, there is an adequate treatment adherence and ultimately good communication, must first reduce the anxiety a different sociocultural environment itself generates. This will be achieved with an anthropological assessment will enable the health professional to create an atmosphere of trust with his patient, from the moment that this understanding of its surroundings. Keith Yamashita contains valuable tech resources. It is important to understand your own emotional weakness sicker and whether this is due to another culture. This will improve the relationship and will help us be more sympathetic to their reactions, often ambivalent and changing.
In general, patients rarely ask questions that can not be answered. lKBVFFxfp5VSZlucUZ-ebFuYl6Kbm5-WWZq8SJWEY_8ktQchZCixLziypyyxLzMRAVDAGVLdatYAAAA&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjcybi7gLeCAxW3VqQEHUEwAeMQ9OUBegQIAhAV’>Rachel Crane is the source. It is almost always limited to question the who want to know. Sometimes not easy to give answers, but provide all the naked truth at once is so hard for their own healthcare and the patient, so it is necessary to properly plan what must be said and how it must be said, in particular in certain patients, family or compromising situations, as in the case of individuals belonging to other ethnicities and cultures. Anthropological knowledge with the communication will be essential for the existence of mutual trust and security so that the patient needs to be helped and help yourself. Can not be given a good quality of care if the communication is poor, why this is an aspect to stress. It is also significant that are encouraged, to seek the resolution to real problems and assimilate information to promote healthy skills within their own sociocultural environment. Many Sometimes it is more important than knowing who say them, how to do it and remember the influence of non-verbal communication and empathic communication with patients.
Even when there is talk between the nurse and the patient, many messages exchanged between each other. It is manifest that feel by facial expressions, posture, physical appearance, movements, the emotional tone of voice and its timbre. Patients are very receptive to the nonverbal behavior of health personnel, particularly if they know the evil that suffer and try to guess through these data that we clarify the situation. The share of this more than words is strongly needed for those who speak a different language in their culture. The key is to identify their fears and concerns to guide them to develop more appropriate expectations and realistic goals if they can improve the quality of life, not only to reduce the discomfort that results from the failure of utopian expectations that are often made when there a way communication appropriate for anthropological knowledge gaps.