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How to increase international patients’ satisfaction level by 17% with an unexpected and cheap change
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Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

Open Access

How to increase international patients’ satisfaction level by 17% with an unexpected and cheap change


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Andres Molina

Universidad EIA, Colombia

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Nurs Care

Abstract :

85% of failure in international relationships is due to intercultural clashes. Healthcare practitioners are faced with unexpected pain expressions and care requirements more often, due to the proliferation of international patients, both as migrants and as medical tourists. This speech opens discussion on what should institutions and practitioners explore and include building better international patientâ??s experience. With anthropological and psychological perspectives and an encouraging speech style, Andres demonstrates cross-cultural skills are not intuitive and shows how easily they can be acquired. Although not a breakthrough technique by itself, bringing cross-cultural skills into the healthcare world would help practitioners address the needs of particular cases. The more culturally coherent for involved parties a given treatment or procedure, the smoother the interaction with patients and caregiving relatives.

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