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Culturally-sensitive nursing care

Paula Maria McGee

Culturally-sensitive nursing care

A critique.

by Paula Maria McGee

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Published by University of Central England in Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.)-University of Central England in Birmingham, 2000.

ContributionsUniversity of Central England in Birmingham.
The Physical Object
Pagination311p. ;
Number of Pages311
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18542864M

Culturally Competent Care: Some Examples of What Works! is a follow-up study based on work done by CPHS and its’ coalition partners in a Child Health Initiative. This city-wide effort surveyed parents in twelve languages about their children’s health and access to care. Cultural traditions and practices specific to the pregnancy and postpartum period are described together with symbolism and implications for nursing practice. It is important to note that information regarding perinatal customs is provided in an effort to promote culturally sensitive nursing care and may not pertain to all Asian Indian women.

  In an effort to promote culturally competent health care, nursing leaders have developed a clearly articulated set of standards necessary for providing culturally appropriate nursing care. The twelve standards have been designed to serve as a guide for nurses by emphasizing culturally competent care as a priority for all patients [ 10 ]. The nursing diagnosis Sedentary Lifestyle is defined as reports a habit of life that is characterized by low physical activity level. Learn about the nursing interventions, care plan goals, and related factors for the Sedentary Lifestyle nursing diagnosis.

  Create a nursing care plan, utilizing the template included in this assignment, in order to apply the information you learned by investigating the particular culture and demonstrate evidence-based culturally sensitive nursing care practices within the care plan. The post Topic: African American culture appeared first on essay-paper. Question: Culture, What Is Meant By Culturally Sensitive Nursing Care And How Does It Apply To The Nursing Profession?Cultural Assimilation, What Is The Importance Of Understanding Cultural Assimilation And How It Impacts Patients Care Provided By A Nurse?what Are Few Patient Care Strategies That A Nurse Could Use In The Healthcare Setting As A Guide To Provide.


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Culturally-sensitive nursing care by Paula Maria McGee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nurses must respond to changing patient demographics to provide culturally sensitive care. This need is strikingly evident in critical care units.

“As an emergency room nurse in a small rural hospital, I was present when an elderly Native American man was brought to the emergency room by his wife, sons, and daughters,” Deborah Flowers says.

Pocket Guide to Culturally Sensitive Health Care 1st Edition, Kindle Nursing Care Plans - E-Book: Nursing Diagnosis and Intervention Meg Gulanick. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Next. Amazon Business: For business-only pricing, quantity discounts and FREE Shipping/5(16).

This chapter takes a culturally sensitive approach to elderly care. The elderly are ethnic Norwegians, the Sami Indigenous people and the Kven minorities in the Arctic region in Norway.

Guide to Culturally Sensitive Care, which was developed collaboratively by the She is the author and co-author of several books, the most recent work being Anti-Bias Education for Young Children & Ourselves, co-authored with Julie Olsen Edwards ().

Other books include. Hence, for the purpose of this paper, culturally sensitive communication is defined as effective verbal and nonverbal interactions between individuals or groups, with a mutual understanding and respect of each other’s values, beliefs, preferences and culture, to promote equity in healthcare with the goal of providing culturally sensitive care.

This Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) activity for contact hour is provided by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, which is accredited as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Culturally-sensitive nursing care book Commission on Accreditation and by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACNCERP Category O).

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This was a required book for nursing school. Honestly not very helpful in the clinical setting however, it would be a good review to read over before taking the /5(16). In an ever-evolving culturally diverse society, efforts to be sensitive can often have the opposite effect.

The recent scandal over a textbook for American nurses is a prime example of this. A POCKET GUIDE FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS SECOND EDITION By Geri-Ann Galanti, PhD with a foreword by Michael S.

Woods, MD CULTURAL SENSITIVITY 1. • By building on your own nursing knowledge, experience and expertise • By analyzing case studies to help and reflecting about culturally sensitive care • By reviewing the College of Nurses of Ontario’s Professional Standards and Guidelines • By applying what you have learned to your nursing practice.

Using APA format, write a paper that examines culturally sensitive nursing care. The paper consists of two (2) parts and must be submitted by the close of week six (6). A minimum of three (3) current professional references must be provided. Current references include professional publications and valid websites dated within five (5) years.

Chapter 5: Culturally Competent Nursing Care study guide by ahagenburg includes 74 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities. The Importance Of Cultural Diversity In Nursing Words | 6 Pages.

goal is to provide nurses with education on cultural diversity and explore the effects cultural diversity has on patient care.

Cultural diversity is important in nursing education because a person’s culture. The number of nurses with advanced degrees has increased, and more minority students are finding a place in healthcare professions. Despite these developments, the American healthcare system has struggled to establish a universal standard for culturally competent care.

The Transcultural Nursing theory is the idea that to provide quality, culturally competent care, we need to be informed of what our patients’ values and beliefs are and how they may influence their approach to healthcare. It’s about finding common ground with a patient and incorporating their culture into the plan of care.

As you review the scenario, consider the RN’s role to support the patient in this situation. Be sure to consider nursing standards of practice and codes of conduct applicable to the delivery of culturally sensitive care. Scenario: Michael, a year-old was brought via ambulance to the emergency department after collapsing on the street.

A core belief in nursing is the application of principles of culturally competent care within the patient-care environment. As students, nurses learn cultural competent care concepts and processes in their first nursing course, and implementation of these concepts during clinical performance should be.

Culturally sensitive nursing care recognizes the need for respect and acknowledgement of the wholeness of all human beings, regardless of culture, race, ethnicity, heritage, religion everyone has a unique background.

Culturally sensitive nursing care is a required factor that must be practiced. Culturally Sensitive Care in Nursing Practice Assignment Meghan Foley Mohawk College Part I: Reflection I would define culture as a particular social group’s shared ideas, beliefs, and customs.

Culture is important due to the amount of influence it has on people and how they operate their lives. Background: Culturally sensitive interventions are needed to assist Mexican American (MA) patients with cancer and their family members in managing their care, navigating the healthcare system, and decreasing disparities in healthcare outcomes for Hispanics with cancer.

Objectives: The objectives of this study were to understand the meaning of culturally sensitive care for oncology clinic. Provide quality care for clients from culturally diverse backgrounds! Transcultural Nursing, 8th Edition shows you how to apply assessment and intervention strategies to individuals from a variety of different on Giger and Davidhizer’s unique transcultural model, this text helps you design culturally sensitive care with use of the six key aspects of cultural assessment.

Ways to individualize and optimize health care for Native Americans Health care providers must be attentive to cultural and social norms of this group in order to provide the best possible care. An understanding and willingness to accept the differences in culture on the part of the health care provider will improve care.and deliver culturally sensitive care to diverse.

Quay Books, Dinton, Wiltshire. The paper supports the view that all nursing care is provided in a social context which influences its.