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What is "Transcultural Nursing?"

The practice of transcultural nursing addresses the cultural dynamics that influence the nurse–client relationship. Because of its focus on this specific aspect of nursing, a theory was needed to study and explain outcomes of this type of care. Leininger creatively developed the Theory of Culture Care:
Diversity and Universality with the goal to provide culturally congruent wholistic care.

"MADELEINE LEININGER’S CULTURE CARE: DIVERSITY AND UNIVERSALITY THEORY"

Suggested Subject headings in Library Catalog

For additional titles on this topic within the Library Catalog, click on the following Library of Congress subject headings:

Transcultural medical care --United States.

Health attitudes --United States.

Transcultural nursing --United States.

Transcultural nursing.

Attitude to Health --ethnology --United States.

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PubMed (NOT an exhaustive term list):

transcultural nursing care OR

"Transcultural Nursing"[Mesh] OR

"Cultural Competency"[Mesh]

 

CINAHL (NOT an exhaustive term list):

transcultural nursing

MH "Transcultural Nursing" OR

MH "Transcultural Care" OR

MH "Transcultural Nursing Society" OR

MH "Cultural Competence"