Demonstrate your understanding of the following key concepts.a) Compare and contrast personal..

Respond to the follow assessment tasks:Step 1 (written in third-person)Demonstrate your understanding of the following key concepts.a) Compare and contrast personal racism and systemic/institutionalracism (150 words).b) Briefly discuss the power dynamics associated with the conceptof whiteness and describe how it may relate to contemporarynursing practice in Australia (150 words).c) Compare and contrast the concepts cultural safety and culturalcompetency (200 words).Step 2 (100 words) (written in first-person)In accordance with the 5Rs of Reflection Framework, report on one ofthe readings that grabbed your attention,and then describe your response to this prescribed reading.Step 3 (400 words) (written in third person)Discuss how institutional racism has been enacted and perpetuatedthroughout Australia’s history, particularly in regards to Indigenouspeoples’ access to adequate health care, education and employment.Describe how these actions relate to the concept of white privilege.Step 4 (300 words) (written in third person)Discuss how culturally safe nursing practice does address personal andinstitutional racism that impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderpeoples’ access to health care.Step 5 (500 words) (written in first person)In accordance with the 5Rs of Reflection Framework-Reporting | Responding | Relating | Reasoning | Reconstructing, reflect on thetransformation of your understanding regarding the role of nurses inaddressing the health needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderpeoples in a culturally safe way. Consider how your knowledge andunderstanding has developed through your engagement with thelearning material and activities (i.e. the required and recommendedreadings, videos, lectures and tutorial material and activities).Your task is to report, respond, relate, reason and reconstruct yourunderstanding of your role in ensuring culturally safe nursing care forAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.