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Transcultural concepts in nursing care / [edited by] Margaret M. Andrews, Joyceen S. Boyle, John Collins.

Other author/creatorAndrews, Margaret M., editor.
Other author/creatorBoyle, Joyceen S., editor.
Other author/creatorCollins, John, RN, editor.
Format Book and Print
EditionEighth edition.
Publication Info Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, [2020]
Descriptionxx, 459 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Descriptionpages cm
Contents Theoretical foundations of transcultural nursing / Margaret M. Andrews and Joyceen S. Boyle -- Culturally competent nursing care / Margaret M. Andrews -- Cultural competence in the history and physical examination / Margaret M. Andrews -- Influence of culture and health belief systems on health care practices / Marilyn K. Eipperle and Margaret M. Andrews -- Transcultural perspectives in childbearing / Melva Craft-Blacksheare -- Transcultural perspectives in the nursing care of children / Margaret M. Andrews -- Transcultural perspectives in the care of adults / Joyceen S. Boyle and John W. Collins -- Transcultural perspectives in the care of older adults / Margaret A. McKenna -- Creating culturally competent health care organizations / Patti A. Ludwig-Beymer -- Transcultural perspectives in mental health nursing / Joanne T. Ehrmin -- Culture, family, and community / Joyceen S. Boyle, Martha B. Baird, and John W. Collins -- Religion, culture, and nursing / Patricia A. Hanson and Margaret M. Andrews -- Cultural competence in ethical decision-making / Dula F. Pacquiano.
Abstract "When preparing today's students to become tomorrow's nurses, Wolters Kluwer knows you need a Transcultural Nursing textbook that you can trust. Transcultural Concepts Care, 8th Ed, is a comprehensive text that provides nurses with the theoretical foundations for transcultural nursing. The text features transcultural theories, models, & research Transcultural Nursing Scholars Margaret M. Andrews, Joyceen S. Boyle, and John W. Collins emphasize the need for effective & efficient communication, client- and patient-centered teamwork, & collaboration among members of the interprofessional health care team. Their approach to transcultural nursing is rooted in cultural assessment, which is special allows students to care for individuals, groups, & communities from any & all cultural groups they might encounter in their professional careers"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 2019021397

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