Discussion Board #7 Transcultural Understanding Folk vs Western
Discussion Board #7 Transcultural Understanding Folk vs Western: Historical Trauma and Genetic Transmission in Survivors of Native American Boarding SchoolsRelate Salmon’s quote to your leadership as a nurse when dealing with historical trauma.“There is a world of apathy out there. Every single day there are many things that aren’t right. While you have to pick your battle, it is very important that when you encounter things that aren’t right, you weigh in on them. Leadership is learning how to do that effectively. You won’t be a reasonable leader if you don’t have the instinct to say: ‘This is something I have to put right.’”– Marla Salmon, Former Chief Nursing Officer, While you must choose your battles, it is critical that when you come across things that aren’t right, you weigh in on them. Leadership is the ability to do so effectively. You won’t be a reasonable leader unless you have the instinct to say, ‘This is something I need to fix.'” – Former Chief Nursing Officer Marla Salmona US Department of Health and Human ServicesWhat are examples of historical trauma with the Native American communities in the United states? Considering the history, as nurses what is our role to build trust?Can you find successful examples of programs that were able to address historical trauma around health care?