1. Review the link to the documentary, A Class Divided, which can be found in the Week 6 Lecture. What strategies does the teacher, Jane Elliott, use to address prejudice and discrimination? How does the strategy vary according to the audience (children or adults in this case)? Try to connect the strategies presented in the documentary to the strategies discussed in this week’s lecture or course reading.
2. What are some of the best ways to deal with diversity? How can we continue to respect the culture and traditions of diverse groups without disadvantaging them?
3. Review the four domains of nursing data found in Motacki and Burke (2011), Table 12-1, on p. 148. What are the uses of outcome information from each of these four domains?
4. Using the clinical inquiry approach described in Motacki and Burke (2011) on p. 44, share an experience with decision making that could have been improved using this new paradigm of evidence-based practice.