Culturally based care is the most comprehensive

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Culturally based care is the most comprehensive, holistic, and particularistic means to know, explain, interpret, and predict beneficial congruent care practices.(Leininger,2002)
+Theory Critique: Relationships and Structures(Essays Uk, 2018
+Theory Critique: Relationship and structuresLeininger’s sunrise model serves as a guide that can be used by nurses during cultural assessments. The sunrise model provides nurses with the ability to understand patterns and processes that explain health outcomes. The sunrise model will help the Nurse to identify cultural values, languages, and environmental contexts that are consistent with the patient. To provide a comprehensive cultural assessment, the sunrise model identifies three concepts, which are culture care preservation/maintenance; cultural care accommodation/negotiation and culture care repatterning and or/restructing.(Leininger,2002)
+Theory Critique: Critical ReflectionThe culture care theory is clearly defined and thoroughly examined, as seen in numerous publications of Leininger’s theory. This theory applies to all cultures and races. It is also applicable to research, educational facilities, and nursing practice. Although the theory is broad, its holistic nature is embraced in the field of nursing. The nursing practice has benefited from this theory, as it has brought attention to the communication barrier related to cultural differences.
+Theory’s Contribution to Nursing/HealthcareIt creates awareness of cultural differencesIt improves the quality of care provided to the patient.It creates an opportunity for nurses to reflect on the care given to patients.

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