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Socioeconomic, Spiritual, and Cultural FactorsNURS 6512, Week 2 Main Question Post:Culturally competent healthcare providers can adapt to the unique needs of patients from various cultural backgrounds, developing a trusting relationship between the healthcare provider and the patient (Ball, Dains, Flynn, Solomon, & Stewart, 2015). The first way to communicate with any patient is to first get them to trust you. This is part of building a patient to provider relationship. Each patient should be treated according to their cultural, religious, socioeconomic, and personal beliefs (Ball, 2015). By knowing some background information of the patient will guide you to frame your questions during your health assessment.The scenario that I was assigned to is BK is a 16-year-old Caucasian female who comes in with her grandmother for an annual exam. The grandmother reports BK has been “acting strange, staying in her room all the time and refusing to do all the things she used to enjoy like singing in the youth choir”. Grandmother shares that BK’s mother is a drug addict is currently incarcerated,