CULTURAL SELF ASSESSMENT
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL SATISFACTION OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
NURS 5003 TRANSCULTURAL FAMILY MEMBERS HEALTH CARE IN RURAL & URBAN
IN THE GRADUATE SCHOOL IN THE
PRAIRIE PERSPECTIVE A & M COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF NURSING
September some, 2013
There are many areas of focus in nursing. This kind of paper is going to focus on transcultural nursing such as review of a graduate present student's personal traditions and how to incorporate cultural actions into breastfeeding practice. The Giger and Davidhizar Transcultural model will be discussed and applied to the graduate student. Transcultural nursing has been defined as a humanistic and technological area of formal study and practice in nursing which can be focused after differences and similarities among cultures with respect to human care, health, and illness dependant on the householder's cultural beliefs, beliefs, and practices, and to use this understanding to provide social specific or perhaps culturally consonant nursing proper care to people (Leininger, 1991). The U. S i9000. Bureau in the Census (2010) for the Houston, Texas population showed over twenty-five different ancestry cultures, demonstrating the need for broadly sensitive and culturally competent nursing treatment. A widely competent doctor needs to appreciate his/her very own world landscapes and those of the patient, when avoiding stereotyping and misapplication of clinical knowledge. Cultural competence is obtaining cultural information then applying that knowledge since reviewed in the online article from K. Fernandez and Fernandez this year. Also the culturally sensitive nurse convey in a way that demonstrates sensitivity and appreciation intended for the selection of one more. It is communicated when terms, phrases, categorizations, etc . happen to be intentionally averted, especially when discussing any individual who may translate them because impolite or offensive (Giger et ing., 2007). The Giger and Davidhizar social model...