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The Purnell model focuses on elements that affect individuals’ culture. Healthcare professionals’ awareness and appreciation of culture is increased using this model. Global societies are viewed as interconnection of individuals within various cultural backgrounds. Individuals’ beliefs, values, and ideas are reflected in care (Purnell, 2018). Culturally competent care reflects variations in values of communities. Patients and their relatives should be involved in care delivery. Introduction
The aspect includes: An individual’s country of origin Current residence The reason for immigration Economic and political development of the country of origin Reasons for immigration reveal the past and current cultural environment. The origin of individuals is significant to healthcare providers (Purnell, 2002). Overview/Heritage Source: onneltoday.com/h r/taking-a- history-and- making-a- functional- assessment/
The domain relates to individual’s social interactions within the community. Patients’ language, and dialects are considered. Communication relates to verbal characteristics of language such as tone, and tonal variations. Nonverbal cues, which include body language, facial expression, and body movements are part of communication (Purnell, 2002).

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