Arielle N. Bakhiet, RN
Grand Canyon University: NRS- 429V-0101
October 11, 2015
The goal of health care providers is to return patients to the optimal health so that the patient and patient’s family can achieve a positive result. Healthcare is individualized to the patient and is further personalized to meet the needs of families with specific cultural considerations. In the United States, we are a nation of many cultures that are able to co-exist with each other, but that does not mean that the traditions of the past are forgotten. On the contrary, the traditions are what make up the individual’s core. Heritage, by definition, are traditions, ...view middle of the document...
The Romero’s have two children- a 15 year old daughter and a 4 year old son. The Romero’s are practicing Catholics and go to mass weekly and on religious holidays. Tagalog is the language spoken in the home. Mrs. Romero is a registered nurse and understands the importance of being healthy. A lot of the foods that are eaten in the Romero house are of Filipino origin; which uses proteins such as chicken, seafood, and pork, noodles, vegetables that are indigenous of the Philippines that are found in Asian markets around town, and fresh fruits. For exercise, the Romero’s go to the gym, participate in yoga classes and hike the outdoor trails. The Romero’s also know the importance of yearly check- ups.
The Schoellhammer’s- First generation German American
Germany is Europe’s largest economy, and second most populated countries. Steeped in history good and bad, Germany is home to 80,854,408 people. The official language is German and there is a mixture of religions that are practiced, which include Protestant, Roman Catholic, Muslim and several other religions (The World Fact book, 2015) . Mr. Schoellhammer’s father came to the United States after World War II at the age of 31 to escape political uncertainty. The Mr. Schoellhammer grew up in southern California with his five siblings. The Schoellhammer’s are devout Roman Catholic’s and attend mass once a week and on holy days of observation and holidays. English is spoken in the home and the food that is eaten in the home is mostly American with some German influence of pickled cabbage, beets, and bratwurst. The Schoellhammer’s live in a pretty diverse neighborhood in the suburburbs and have neighbors and friends of different ethnic and social backgrounds. The Schoellhammer’s believe in modern medicine and the children get annual checkups. The Schoellhammer’s regret that not enough physical activity is done outside of work, but try to get outside as often as they can.
The Shebala’s- Navajo Nation
The Navajo Indian’s are the largest indigenous nation recognized federally by the United States. The...