Every human culture has lay generic, folk or indigenous care knowledge and practices and usually some professional care knowledge and practices, which vary transculturally. Official guide to undergraduate and graduate nursing schools. The theorist holds that cultural care provides the broadest and most important means to study, explain, and predict nursing knowledge and concomitant nursing care practice. As a result, the following challenge was faced: how to learn the holistic-humanistic perspective about health and nursing care - observing the cultural and social structure dimensions - when it is applied to Collective Health nursing consultation? This study confirms the importance of the recent journal literature to the practice of transcultural nursing. With increasing globalization, libraries supporting nursing schools and professionals would do well to compare their collections with the identified core list of journal titles. The nurse must identify and address these factors consciously with each client in order to provide wholistic and culturally congruent care. In the health assessment, patient interviews and physical assessment were conducted to identify health needs and technical proceedings: patients were weighed, blood pressures were taken, and blood glucose levels were measured.
Transcultural care diversity and universality: A theory of nursing. The society's official publication is the Journal of Transcultural Nursing, which debuted in 1989. Transcultural nursing's goal is to provide culture specific and universal nursing care practices for the health and well-being of people or to help them face unfavorable human conditions, illness or death in culturally meaningful ways. Culture is a strong set of practices developed over generations which would make it difficult to penetrate. An overview of the essential features is discussed to show how the theory was developed and how it has evolved during the past three decades. New ways of knowing are attained through the qualitative paradigm. This study identifies the databases providing the most thorough access to research literature in the field.
Both titles are listed in its nursing subject set. The definitions of the concepts are important to understand the theory. She advocates caring as the central theme in nursing care, nursing knowledge, and practice. If one fully discovers care meanings, patterns, and process, one can explain and predict health or well-being. This study confirms the importance of the recent journal literature to the practice of transcultural nursing.
Leininger: Ethnonursing: A Research Method with Enablers to Study the Theory of Culture Care. Various editions of her 2 books in particular were highly cited: Transcultural Nursing 45 times , the first comprehensive textbook on the subject now in its third edition, and Culture Care Diversity and Universality 38 times. In this teaching program students were able to develop abilities and competencies to identify and understand the multiple factors that influence care, as well as comprehend it from a holistic-humanistic perspective. This paper focuses on the applicability of this theory in family nursing although the theory is applicable to many areas of the nursing practice. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. Care: The essence of nursing and health. The implementation phase of the nursing process involved carrying out the proposed plan of nursing care.
Her methodology is borrowed from anthropology, but the concept of caring is an essential characteristic of nursing practice. Nursing Decisions Leininger 1991 identified three nursing decision and action modes to achieve culturally congruent care. Depending on the specific nature of information being researched, all nine databases mentioned may be required. The first test was schedule to October, and the second to December. At a glance: Figures Keywords: community health nursing, nursing education, practical nursing, nursing process, nursing models American Journal of Nursing Research, 2013 1 1 , pp 20-23.
Founder's focus—the third millennium and transcultural nursing. Ethnohistory includes those past facts, events, instances, experiences of individuals, groups, cultures, and instructions that are primarily people-centered ethno and which describe, explain, and interpret human lifeways within particular cultural contexts and over short or long periods of time. Leininger: Culture Care Theory and Uses in Nursing Administration. Founder's focus—the third millennium and transcultural nursing. Mapping the literature of nursing: 1996—2000. In some other cultures females are dominant. Qualitative research methods in nursing.
Possessing a combination of education and field experience, they provide knowledgeable, competent, and safe care to people of diverse cultures. This interdisciplinary aspect is even more pronounced when reviewing Zone 2 titles. Only 1 instance of media format, a single videotape, appeared in any of the reference lists. Transcultural nursing: An essential knowledge and practice field for today. Culture is a set of beliefs held by a certain group of people, handed down from generation to generation. The health-disease process: a reflection based on medical anthropology. Cultural Imposition Cultural imposition refers to efforts of the outsider, both subtle and not so subtle, to impose his or her own cultural values, beliefs, behaviors upon an individual, family, or group from another culture.
Its members and publications significantly advanced transcultural nursing ideas and recruitment and retention efforts in the new field. Leininger also indicates that nursing as a caring science should focus beyond traditional nurse-patient interactions and dyads to include families, groups, communities, total cultures, and institutions. It is essential to search multiple databases. Not all people of the same race have the same culture. Ethnonursing is the study of nursing care beliefs, values, and practices as cognitively perceived and known by a designated culture through their direct experience, beliefs, and value system Leininger, 1979. Fundamentals of nursing; concepts, process and practice, Edn 7th, 2001. Nursing and Health Care, 6 4 , 209- 212.
Regarding the use of the Sunrise Model as a guide for nursing consultation in Collective Health, they were positive that this tool offers an integrative point of view about the patient, their health-needs, and care practices. A four-stage process was developed to teach nursing consultation: Theory of Culture Care; Nursing Consultation in Collective Health; Practice of nursing consultation in Primary Care Centers; Evaluation. It is professional care knowledge. Nursing faculty also contributed informal recommendations for major journals in the field. The seminal Journal of Transcultural Nursing was included for reasons previously outlined.
The journal literature accounted for nearly 60% of the total citations. This scientific field includes three integrated areas: epidemiology, management of health polices, and social sciences applied to health. The concept of culture was derived from anthropol ogy and the concept of care was derived from nursing. Care as a verb is defined as actions and activities directed toward assisting, supporting, or enabling another individual or group with evident or anticipated needs to ameliorate or improve a human condition or lifeway or to face death. .