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Cultural awareness in nursing and health care

Karen Holland

Cultural awareness in nursing and health care

an introductory text

by Karen Holland

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Published by Hodder Arnold in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKaren Holland, Christine Hogg
ContributionsHogg, C. (Christine)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRT86.54 .H64 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 248 p. ;
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24392595M
ISBN 100340972904
ISBN 109780340972908
LC Control Number2010483589
OCLC/WorldCa506248893

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 . Cultural similarities and differences among clients should be recognized, and the influence of culture to health should be valued in the provision of nursing care. The culture and personal stereotypes, biases, or assumptions of nurses towards other cultures that are perceived to be different should be explored [9], [10], [16].Cited by:

  The tripartite cultural competence model [12, 13] has three components: 1-Cultural awareness, 2-Cultural knowledge, and 3-Cultural skills. First, the awareness component refers to the mental health professional’s awareness of one’s own worldview and cultural by: 2.   Cultural diversity and health care in America: Knowledge fundamental to cultural competence in baccalaureate nursing students. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 3(1), Cited by:

  Cultural Awareness in Nursing and Health Care Cultural Awareness in Nursing and Health Care Pellatt, Glynis by Karen Holland and Christine Hogg. Arnold, London, , pages, £1599, ISBN 0 8. A text that addresses culture, race and ethnicity in health care in the UK is long overdue.   This theory focuses on the dynamics between culture and health, illness and death, Is concerned with comparative culture care, Aims to discover culture-specific best practices, Seeks universal commonalities and differences in nursing care practice, Suggests action models in order to deliver culturally congruent care.


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