Competency in Healthcare Delivery Needs Cultural Attention

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Cultural, or intercultural competence, is about establishing lifelong quests to increase people’s engagement. It is the ultimate connoisseur in intercultural and intra-cultural mastery. Cultural competence helps enhance the ability to work with individuals from various social backgrounds.




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