Tag Archives: cultural sensitivity

Sister Mary Carmel (1913–2016): Championing Cultural Competence in Nursing

Sister Mary Carmel, born in 1913, remains a revered figure in the nursing community, celebrated for her steadfast advocacy for cultural competence within the healthcare sector. Throughout her distinguished career, Sister Mary Carmel emphasized the importance of understanding and respecting diverse cultural backgrounds to provide equitable and inclusive care. In this blog post, we delve[…more]

Sister Mary Philomena (1918–1995): Championing Cultural Competence in Nursing Education

Sister Mary Philomena, born in 1918, is celebrated as a visionary advocate for cultural competence in nursing education. Her lifelong dedication to fostering an inclusive and culturally sensitive approach to healthcare education has had a profound impact on the way nurses engage with diverse patient populations. I. Early Life and Spiritual Journey: Sister Mary Philomena’s[…more]