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Preservation consist of those who contribute care and

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Preservation: consist of those who contribute, care, and help those of specific cultures to sustain care values that are meaningful to their welfare, recuperate from sicknesses, or cope with being disabled or death (Clark, McFarland, Andrews, & Leininger, 2009) Accommodation: consist of those who contribute, care and help patients of different cultures to change or work with others for health results that are beneficial to their health. Restructuring: consist of those who contribute, care and help patients rearrange, alter, or adjust their way of life for different outcomes that are beneficial to their health (Clarke et al., 2009)
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IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE NURSING EDUCATION AND NURSING RESEARCH By Greenhoward Growth in trust, understanding and respect Expands competence of care services Assist with meeting legal guidelines Veer away from making assumptions and judging Ask patient about culture and his alternative healing approaches Encourage patient privileges and care by being aware of cultures Understand that each patient is unique, so assess cultural request to provide care that is aligned with the patient values.
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IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE NURSING EDUCATION AND NURSING RESEARCH By LOPEZRAMIREZ Implication for research Researched utilized bias, validity, and reliability resulting in the stereotyping of ethnic groups Recommendation to use of transcultural theory in cross-national studies Accountability for Practitioners and researcher trained in multicultural and social justice competencies Implementations will minimize cultural hegemony reflecting accuracy in non- Western populations Implications for education Cultural differences will depend on the health care provider s knowledge, skill, and understanding Determine the effectiveness of a three-hour cultural education training workshop Practitioners in a clinical setting had a greater appreciation of the workshop Implication of ANP is knowing the dimensions of health, understanding of different cultural backgrounds
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CONCLUSION Madeline Leininger’s theory of transcultural nursing is vital in providing care to the patient. Due to the culturally diverse population of our country, it is essential to know about the patients' beliefs, values and cultural background to be able to provide care to the patients. Nurses should be exposed to a different culture to provide a quality of care that the patients need (Betancourt, 2015) Culturally insensitivity can lead to emotional stressor which can affect the patient’s healing process.
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  • Spring '17
  • Nursing, Madeleine M. Leininger

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