Reflection Assignment on The Good Lie Movie: In what ways do you expect to be impacted by cultural diversity in your future practice as a registered nurse? Include how this impacts you as a nurse in a specific location you expect to work. What did you learn about refugee health nursing issues that you did not know before? You may need to research this information further in addition to the information you witnessed from the movie.
Name two key points that helped you understand how best to work with individuals of other cultures as a nurse?
Reflection Assignment on The Good Lie Movie is a fictional account of a family of Sudanese refugees. They are chose-n to emigrate to the United States. In their heads are vivid memories of the deaths of their parents and other relatives in their village. In their bodies, they carry the pain of a 750-mile walk to the Kakuma refugee camp. Additionally, the memory of those who died along the way of starvation, dehydration, and random attacks by murderous soldiers.
After all they have bee-n through together, brothers Mamere (Arnold Oceng), Jeremiah (Ger Duany), and Paul (Emmanuel Jal) are stunne-d when their sponsoring agency is unable to find a home for their sister Abital in Kansas City, Missouri, so she is sen-t to Boston. Carrie Davis (Reese Witherspoon) meets them at the airport and announces that she is in charge of helping them to find work.
Reflection Assignment on The Good Lie Movie: Mamere takes two jobs since he wants to become a doctor. But he is still haunte-d by the death of his older brother Theo who sacrifice-d himself so his brothers and sister could survive their trek across Africa. Jeremiah is a sincere Christian who loses his job at a grocery store by disobeying the rules and giving thrown away food to a woman in need. And Paul falls under the influence of two co-workers at a factory job who introduce him to drugs.