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Cross-cultural nursing

anthropological approaches to nursing research

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Published by Gordon and Breach Science Publishers in New York .
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  • Nursing -- Cross-cultural studies.,
  • Transcultural nursing.,
  • Cross-Cultural Comparison.,
  • Nursing Care.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Janice M. Morse.
    ContributionsMorse, Janice M.
    LC ClassificationsRT86.5 .C76 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2197244M
    ISBN 102881243835
    LC Control Number89016950

    Cross-cultural management is a crucial challenge for the successful development of international business, yet it is often badly understood and poorly implemented. Misunderstandings arise as culture affects both individuals and organizations, yet attempts to understand, explain and interpret these differences have often been hidden between a welter of conflicting theories and paradigms. Cross-Cultural Analysis is the sequel to Culture's Consequences, the classic work published by Geert Hofstede, one of the most influential management thinkers in today's de's original work introduced a new research paradigm in cross-cultural analysis: studying cultural differences through nation-level dimensions (complex variables defined by intercorrelated items).

    Cross-cultural practice in nursing involves a complex combination of knowledge of diverse cultural practices and worldviews, reflective self-awareness of own cultural world -. BACKGROUND: International cross-cultural comparative nursing research is considered important for the advancement of nursing knowledge offering a global perspective for nursing. Although this is recognised in policy statements and quality standards, international comparative studies are rare in database by:

    Cultural desire is vital in cross-cultural nursing since clients typically ‘don’t care how much you know, until they first know how much you care’ (Campinha-Bacote, ). Campinha-Bacote () argues that without the desire to be culturally sensitive, cultural competence training might not be by: 3. This book serves as a comprehensive, practical, and workshop-based program that facilitates change agents to help organizations and people develop cross cultural skills and global competence. It is grounded in the most rigorous and relevant theories, research, and learning methods and makes them easily accessible and fun to apply.

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Cross-Cultural Medicine is an important first step toward culturally competent care. The book begins with an exploration of what it means to be culturally competent and includes useful tips for heightening one's awareness of culture, conducting clinical cultural assessments, and improving cross-cultural Cited by: It focuses on ways in which we can provide culturally congruent transcultural healthcare to a range of individuals to organizations working on local to global levels.

According to the authors, this book is intended for practitioners wishing to deepen their knowledge of transcultural by: Newly revised and updated, Delivering Culturally Competent Nursing Care, Second Edition, explores the cross-cultural interactions and conflicts between nurses and the diverse array of patients they may see.

Culturally competent nurses can cut through preconceptions, reduce health disparities, and deliver Cross-cultural nursing book care as they encounter patients from a range of backgrounds and : $ Cross-Cultural Nursing: The Cultural Perspective.

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Book Review. Show details. A Review of the Concept of Culture in Holistic Nursing Literature Cited by: The nursing profession, which plays an important role in the health team, is a cultural phenomenon.

Cross-cultural nursing book patient’s cultural values, beliefs and practices are an integral part of holistic nursing care [ 26, 27 ]. The nurses should explore new ways of providing cultural care in multicultural societies. Cross-cultural education for health professionals has emerged because of three major factors.

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Cross-Cultural Communication Tamika R. Sanchez-Jones PhD, MBA, APRN, BC OBJECTIVES To discuss the importance of communication with diverse populations To examine cultural differences in communication To describe barriers to cross-cultural communication To describe cultural differences in verbal and nonverbal communication To examine individual cultural backgrounds and.

Journal of Transcultural Nursing (TCN) is a peer-reviewed journal that offers nurses, educators, researchers, and practitioners theoretical approaches and current research findings that have direct implications for the delivery of culturally congruent health care and for the preparation of health care professionals who will provide that care.

In Transcultural Nursing: Concepts, Theories, Research and Practice (McGraw-Hill, ), they describe three cross-cultural care decisions and actions that clinicians and administrators can pursue when working with patients, families, and communities, says Dr.

Like. Transcultural nursing means being sensitive to cultural differences as you focus on individual patients, their needs, and their preferences. Show your patients your respect for their culture by asking them about it, their beliefs, and related health care practices.

International cross-cultural studies in nursing. International comparative and cross-cultural studies are needed to address common problems in health care and such research is therefore a powerful tool in the development of international harmonisation in nursing (Mapanga et al.,Rolfe et al., ).Cited by:   Cross-cultural communication has become an imperative part in field of nursing.

While talking to the patients from different demographics or working with peers from a different cultural background, communication in different forms is quite important for nursing professionals. Cultural respect is vital to reduce health disparities and improve access to high-quality healthcare that is responsive to patients’ needs, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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A Cross-Cultural Dialogue on Health Care Ethics provides this study. It shows that ethical questions can be resolved by examining the ethical principles present in each culture, critically assessing each value, and identifying common values found within all traditions, It encourages the development of global awareness and sensitivity to and.

--International nursing; the global approach --Transcultural health visiting --Transcultural nursing in Australia --A system designed for paradox: Hospital home health nursing in the United states --The use of an ethnographic method in psychiatric-mental health nursing --Notes on a method for teaching transcultural nursing --Annotated bibliography.

Cross-Cultural Analysis is the sequel to Culture's Consequences, the classic work published by Ge. Through regional networking, faculty members identified barriers to teaching cross-cultural concepts and strategies to address those barriers. Recommendations call for proactive approaches for sharing resources to strengthen cultural dimensions in schools of nursing, particularly in rural areas that lack cultural diversity.

The definitive reference on the anthropology of death and dying, expanded with new contributions covering everything from animal mourning to mortuary cannibalism Few subjects stir the imagination more than the study of how people across cultures deal with death and dying.

This expanded second edition of the internationally bestselling Death, Mourning, and Burial offers cross-cultural readings. Cross-cultural nursing: a unique contribution to medical anthropology / Janice M.

Morse --The native diabetes program: rhetorical process and praxis / Rebecca Hagey --Cultural variation in behavioral response to parturition: childbirth in Fiji / Janice M. Morse --Conception of childhood disability among Mexican-American parents / Marilyn. Transcultural Nursing.

As health professionals living in a multicultural society, it would be unusual for us not to have come across a patient that is culturally and ethnically different from ourselves.

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