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help to lower or cut unnecessary because they have a good understanding of their customers. As experts, healthcare providers should spearhead various changes within the healthcare system by strengthening their trust with the patents and upholding ethical standards. Models like the adaptive model can be used to assist a team to conquer challenges brought by changes made. Week 9 Health Disparities Nurses have a main responsibility of ensuring that all patients access healthcare services without facing any discrimination. As such, when providing healthcare, nurses must encourage the idea of equity. Nurses can play a significant duty by investigating and assessing health inequalities by using a process known as selection (Anderson, 2012). Selection refers to where a group of people categorize themselves with regards to their social gatherings and residential places, among other clustering techniques. For example, people who enjoy physical activities are likely to live in places where they can jog or run. On the same note, people who like staying
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PROFESSIONAL CAPSTONE AND PRACTICUM RFLECTIVE JOURNAL 7 indoors or isolating themselves mostly prefer residing in auto-reliant estates (Anderson, 2012). I have also understood why people with a high economic status and intellectuals live a healthier life. Yet, one cannot disregard how geographical factors play a critical role in raising health inequalities within the society.
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