Because of the diversity of cultures, and an expanding migratory global population, you as an advanced practice nurse may be challenged with patients who are suffering from malnutrition. How would you address the issue of malnutrition with immigrant clients? What sort of strategies could you utilize to help you incorporate the client’s cultural preferences within the nutritional plan you are designing?
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