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ARAB AMERICANS 1 Arab Americans Student Name Course Code Date
ARAB AMERICANS 2 Introduction Just like climate change and gender biasness, culture in professionalism has been debated by scholars in all fields of specialization over the years. Culture is defined as the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively. It has also been described as the ideas, customs and social behavior of a particular group in the society (Bonvillain, 2019). Culture is important in all fields of professionalism especially in the field of nursing. The profession of nursing requires nurses to be prepared to provide care to persons without biasness due to cultural difference. In the contemporary society, the populations are culturally diverse and therefore there is need for the nurses to provide culturally competent care to all people despite their cultural background. Every culture is made of values and beliefs related to health care but most of the people expect respect during medical treatment. The healthcare profession requires to maintain education while consistently striving for improvements for effective communication skills to promote positive health outcomes. The purpose of this paper is to discuss facts regarding Arab Americans and the six cultural aspects that nurses may need to make in order to provide effective care for the patients of Arabic culture. U.S. Census Data on Arab Americans According to the United States Census of 2010, there are 1.6 million Arab Americans in the United States. Out of this population approximately 290,000 people defined themselves to be purely Arabs, 224,241 defined themselves as other Arabs (Kayyali, 2013). Other group on the 2010 Census are listed by the nation of origin and some may or may not be Arabs or regard themselves as Arabs. According to Arab American Institute Arab Americans resides in all the fifty states in the United States of America. 94 percent of the Arabic ethnic Population lives in the metropolitan areas of major towns. Dearborn is the city that was concluded by U.S 2010

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