The shared values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviors that a group shares are called culture. It can also influence our daily lives, including how we behave and interact. In order to offer culturally competent nursing care, transcultural nurses take into consideration these differences. It involves understanding cultural values, norms and ideals. Recognizing any discrimination or prejudice that might affect the patient’s care decision. It helps foster a healthcare environment that is inclusive and where people feel at ease receiving care, no matter their cultural background. In addition, transcultural nurses are equipped with tools to improve communication and outcomes between healthcare providers and their patients. This approach helps to promote diversity, reduce disparities in healthcare settings and also allows nurses to get a deeper understanding of the social determinants which are used to improve public health outcomes around the globe.