9 edition of Nursing for a multi-ethnic society found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -161) and index.
|Statement||Kate Gerrish, Charles Husband, Jennifer Mackenzie.|
|Series||Race, health, and social care|
|Contributions||Husband, Charles., Mackenie, Jennifer, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||RT86.5 .G47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|ISBN 10||0335196160, 0335196152|
|LC Control Number||96024395|
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Nursing for a Multi-Ethnic Society (Race, Health, and Social Care): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: This book presents a challenging examination of the preparation of nurses and midwives for working within multi-ethnic Britain.
In reporting the findings of a major two year research project, funded by the English National Board of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, the authors offer a wide-ranging overview of the current variability in the adequacy of the preparation of members of the.
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Ethnicity and Nursing Practice (Sociology and Nursing Practice). Today, more than ever, it is imperative that nurses are prepared to practice in a multi-ethnic society.
This book aims to assist the profession's clear desire to ensure that its members are equipped to meet the health care needs of minority ethnic communities by offering perspectives and insights from sociological theory and empirical research. The United States is an increasingly multicultural society, Nursing for a multi-ethnic society book phenomenon that affects the practice of all occupational health nurses.
Working with employees from a variety of backgrounds, occupational health nurses must understand differing cultural perspectives, styles of thinking, and specific disciplines in the workplace.
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The Transcultural Nursing Society provides a wealth of information about how to adopt a multicultural perspective and improve your multicultural nursing skills. The online RN to BSN program at the University of Texas Permian Basin can also prepare you Nursing for a multi-ethnic society book deal with multicultural issues in your nursing career.
The UTPB Online RN to BSN Program. Cultural aspects of care seem to be a feature of the overall nursing picture within a multicultural context of health care. Quay Books, Dinton, Wiltshire in power between groups in society. Author(s): Gerrish,Kate,; Husband,Charles; Mackenzie,Jennifer, Title(s): Nursing for a multi-ethnic society/ Kate Gerrish, Charles Husband, and Jennifer.
Nursing research for a multi-ethnic society. In: GERRISH, Kate and LACEY, Anne, (eds.) The research process in nursing. Wiley-Blackwell, PDF | On Jan 1,Sarah Salway and others published Nursing research for a multi-ethnic society | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
Drawing conclusions from both a qualitative and quantitative study of o staff, the book shows that many ethnic minority and white nurses feel that the allocation of training and promotion opportunities was unfair. Racial harassment of ethnic minority nursing staff by patients and colleagues was widespread.
There has been increasing interest in the nursing care of patients from minority ethnic communities in recent years. This has been linked to the promotion of transcultural competence within the profession in order to equip nurses to provide high quality and appropriate care within a multi-ethnic society.
The multi‐ethnic minority nurse sample in this study reported gaps in genetic and genomic knowledge. These gaps are similar to findings from a study conducted using a sample collected through the ANA, and both studies demonstrate that education is required in basic genetic and genomic core concepts (Calzone et al., ).
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Introduction (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader). Sample Chapter (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader). Book Table of Contents (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader). Chapter. This paper aimed to give minority ethnic groups the opportunity to voice their opinions on nursing care and to inform future nurse education.
Focus groups were used to collect data. Six community groups, some of mixed ethnicity and some of specific ethnic identity, were included in the study. Because of the escalating multicultural society in the United States, transcultural nursing is a vital constituent of nursing care, mandating that nurses are culturally competent in their daily.
(e.g. traditions, society labels, racism). What is impact of racism on client in terms of seeking mental health services. What is client’s ability to relate to persons outside his ethnic/cultural group. Extent to which client experiences racism as stressors (e.g.
historical trauma, persecution, microaggressions, stereotype, invisability. The remainder of the book focuses on areas such as women’s health, child and family-centred care and older people.
The authors have avoided the risk of promoting stereotypical views of people from particular ‘cultural groups’ by frequently challenging the reader to question their own assumptions and to recognise diversity within and.
The book is brought right up to date with the inclusion of chapters on care management and care programming, as well as on risk assessment, health and people with learning disabilities and working in a multi-ethnic society. There is also a well written chapter on sexual abuse, an area infrequently addressed by other standard texts.
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In the mids she first observed that nursing practice lacked attention to cultural and humanistic factors. The goal of transcultural nursing is culturally congruent care, or care that fits the person's valued life patterns and set of meanings. Culturally competent care reflects the ability of a nurse to bridge cultural gaps in caring and enables patients and families to achieve meaningful and supportive caring.
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