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The Relationship of Health Literacy and Effective Communication in a Culturally Diverse Health Care Environment

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* history of Australian nursing, laws through time, and different multicultural views. Strategies to enhance health literacy

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Health Health economics Public health Health literacy Patient safety Nursing Health care Cultural safety Health communication Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Mental health Midwife
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Health Health economics Public health Health literacy Patient safety Nursing Health care Cultural safety Health communication Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Mental health Midwife
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The crucial importance of the relationship of health literacy to effective communication in a culturally diverse healthcare environment. Keeping in mind that influence of media makes it hard to have an open mind on multiculturalism. The need for health professionals to understand health literacy and putting it in practice with interpreters, cultural safety and best practice. Australia has grown expansively since Europeans arrived in Australia in 1788. This arrival was very different from what English were used to; being a warmer climate, different soil, and discovery of a different culture. The settlers had to learn to live and work and research new surroundings. Nurse training began in Australia began in 1838 with Irish ‘Sisters of Charity’ nurses, the sisters were shaped by Florence Nightingale’s work (O...
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