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Nursing Care of the Culturally Diverse Patient (Online Continuing Education (Ce) Courses for Nurses on the W)

Delmar Thomson Learning

Nursing Care of the Culturally Diverse Patient (Online Continuing Education (Ce) Courses for Nurses on the W)

by Delmar Thomson Learning

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Published by Delmar Thomson Learning .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL10939971M
ISBN 100766844072
ISBN 109780766844070

Announcing an Updated Culturally Competent Nursing Care!. This e-learning has been revised! It now offers the latest research and resources, including the HHS Office of Minority Health's enhanced National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Health and Health e-learning program also has an all-new website with updated graphics and interactivity! In addition, 10 universally applicable guidelines for implementing culturally competent nursing care, based on principles of social justice, were published in 16 The standards address knowledge of cultures, education and training, communication, culturally competent practice, cultural competence in healthcare organizations, patient.

  The concept of cultural Respect has a positive effect on patient care delivery by enabling providers to deliver services that are respectful of and responsive to the health beliefs, practices and cultural and linguistic needs of diverse patients. “If healthcare organizations want to stay in business, they must learn to engage patients in a culturally competent manner.” Diversity can take on many different forms, but studies have uncovered just how important racial, ethnic and cultural diversity is in healthcare specifically.

  Culturally Competent Substance Abuse Nursing | Asian-American and Pacific-Island Nurses, Black and African-American Nurses, Hispanic and Latino Nurses, Magazine The road back from addiction is arduous—for those in the grips of the addiction, of course, but also for the people around them, including their health care providers.   Nowadays, healthcare professionals worldwide deliver care for increasing numbers of culturally and linguistically diverse patients. The importance of cultural competence is evident in terms of the quality of healthcare, and more knowledge is needed about different educational models and approaches that aim to increase cultural competence. This study examines the perceptions of nurses Author: Anu-Marja Kaihlanen, Laura Hietapakka, Tarja Heponiemi.


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Nursing Care of the Culturally Diverse Patient (Online Continuing Education (Ce) Courses for Nurses on the W) by Delmar Thomson Learning Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 high-quality care as they encounter patients from a range of backgrounds and beliefs.5/5(4).

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 high-quality care as they encounter patients from a range of backgrounds and : $ This introductory textbook relates theory to practice and enhances students' learning and understanding of cultural issues that impact on patient care and their own practice as nurses, while considering wider social and political by: As nurses, we provide care for a culturally diverse patient population.

We treat patients who vary in shapes, sizes, age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, health, ability, education, expressive traits, and linguistic styles. We must be careful to look beyond what we physically see and hear when caring for our patients.

Diverse Nurses for Diverse Patients. Published On: Decem Updated On: The United States is made up of a multitude of races, ethnicities and cultures. The nursing workforce has historically consisted of mostly white, female nurses. But now the nursing profession needs more nurses who reflect America's growing mixed patient population.

for culturally competent nursing care. Nursing Care of the Culturally Diverse Patient book three practices related to cultural competence.

explain why a diverse nursing profession is important for healthcare. Culturally Competent Nursing Care and Promoting Diversity in Our Nursing Workforce Ce written and spoken language, country where childhood was spent, current circle ofFile Size: KB.

Culturally competent nursing care improves patient outcomes and helps meet each patient's needs, including those unique to his or her cultural background. Culturally competent nursing care improves patient outcomes and helps meet each patient's needs, including those unique to his or her cultural background.

Skip to content. country who, like you, is dedicated to providing quality, effective and compassionate care to their patients.

Changes in U.S. demography, in our awareness of differences in individual belief and behavior, and new legal mandates continuously present new challenges to deliver access to health care to a diverse patient Size: 2MB.

Her Theory of Cultural Care Diversity and Universality () provides the foundation for providing culturally competent care for patients of all ages, as well as to families, groups, and communities (Ackley, ). A nurse who is culturally competent has the knowledge and skills to adapt nursing care to cultural similarities and differences.

cross-cultural nursing. The study is aimed at investigating the challenges nurses face when providing care to immigrants of diverse cultural backgrounds and the impact of multiculturalism on nursing care delivery. It also explored strategies that can be used to prepare nurses in cultural competent nursing care.

The study is a literature review. Aspects of Cultural Diversity in Nursing Culture has a significant influence in health-related beliefs and practices, according to an article by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN). BACKGROUND: Hospitals continue to face challenges providing care to diverse patients.

The uptake of standards related to culturally and linguistically appropriate services into clinical practice is sluggish, despite potential benefits, including reducing health disparities, patient errors, readmissions and improving patient by: 2.

Advancing Culturally Competent Care A renewed focus on cultural awareness is helping nurses get a deeper understanding of patients’ needs in many communities. Which means better communication and better health outcomes for everyone. Hospitals continue to face challenges providing care to diverse patients.

The uptake of standards related to culturally and linguistically appropriate services into clinical practice is sluggish, despite potential benefits, including reducing health disparities, patient errors, readmissions and improving patient by: 2.

Request PDF | Nursing care of culturally diverse patients in the intensive care unit | Background: Appropriate holistic nursing care encompasses the recognition and acknowledgement of each patient.

The growing ethnically and racially diversity of the American population has a direct impact on healthcare providers. Immigration and demographic trends suggest that increasingly the U.S.

elderly patient populations are linguistically and culturally diverse. A patient’s inability to communicate in the same language as a provider will compromise patient health and : Tatyana Rusakova. Diversity Awareness in Professional Nursing recognizes the unique needs of different cultural, religious, social, and clinical patient populations in the United States.

It is our hope that we will be a resource for all nurses of varying backgrounds, and, that our future efforts will permit collaboration with other professional organizations that aim to be a voice for both nurses and patients. “Nursing’s academic leaders recognize a strong connection between a culturally diverse nursing workforce and the ability to provide high quality, culturally competent patient care,” said Geraldine “Polly” Bednash, chief executive officer of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), which has developed cultural.

provide cultural congruent care or care that fits a persons life patterns, values, and system of meaning. -you as a nurse learn the patients lifestyle patterns, eating habits, sleep habits, and beliefs about medication and then try to plan care for that patient.

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. Sometimes we can cross the barrier with ease, recognising the core values and beliefs of our patient and working with these.

The growing diverse multicultural population in the United States requires that healthcare workers develop cultural knowledge, awareness, and sensitivity to help diverse patient population receive quality health al belief has been identified as a significant contributor to professional care delivery and may influence the provision of culturally competent : Sophia Clarke.Our nation is becoming increasingly diverse.

Yet the U.S. nursing workforce has historically been—and continues to be—predominantly white and female. 1 In its landmark report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) called for more racial, ethnic, and gender diversity among nurses in order to improve quality of care and reduce health.Cultural competence is about delivering care while attending to the total situation for the patient and family.

A culturally competent nurse will possess a knowledge base, skills and abilities to provide health care to diverse groups and to achieve high levels of patient and community satisfaction among diverse cultural .