Transcultural nursing focuses on care, beliefs, value and patterned lifeway’s to provide efficient care to patients (Leininger, McFarland, 2002, p.5-6). In Leininger’s transcultural nursing, nurses would practice taking the patients culture into consideration. According to Leininger there are many benefits to gathering cultural information from the patient to use in treating the patient. It helps to understand culturally how patients deal with illness and death. Also, there is a lot of diversity in the work area so being knowledgeable of the different cultures could help in strengthening the nurse-patient relationship.
Antigone should be allowed to bury Polyneices because her beliefs say the deceased should be buried. King Creon even buried Eteocles but not Polyneices because he was a traitor. They both died so they should both be buried in honor of their religions. Government shouldn’t intervene with their peoples religion or anybody 's religion because all humans should be able to have their own beliefs. What happens in their life doesn’t change their beliefs.
Lastly, the social component discloses how different social factors like poverty and culture influence health. This model suggests that mind, body and environment interact in causing an illness. Holistic nursing assessment recognizes the totality of human being, that is, it focuses on the whole being. Notably, holistic nursing play a leading role in facilitating the healing process. It enables nurses to honor the clients’ subjective experience about health and beliefs, and so it assists individuals to access their greatest healing potential.
The idea behind the self-care theory is for nurses to always be ready to provide help and services to other people who needs to be cared for around the world. In my own opinion, nurses should establish requirements that consist of interpersonal relationship, positivity, knowledge and the use of critical thinking. Nurses should also learn about others religion, ethics, cultures and believes of different races in the world. That way, they will be able to have a better understanding about a patient’s point of view when it comes to care. Nurses should have the desire to help patients, and be able have an extensive knowledge to communicate with patients, and their families with respect and
Measuring quality is a core activity in the process of quality assurance in health care. It aimed at identifying the gap between the actual performance and the desired standards as well as exploring areas for improvement or enhancement. (20) Such initial step should be followed by providing feedback to healthcare workers, training and supporting staff to undertake actions leading to a high quality hospital care. (20,22) Health care for children with CP delivered through a multidisciplinary team and requires effective interaction between parents, healthcare providers and community agencies with continuous assessment of the child's health and function and wellbeing of the family. Children with developmental disabilities are most likely to experience
School prayer is illegal, so having a school officiated prayer can lead to fines and other litigation. Not everyone agrees that school prayer should be banned however. Some say that banning prayer is illegal. They claim that, thanks to the first amendment, that prayer being banned is a violation of religious rights. Of course, banning prayer is illegal, which is why prayer is not banned, but prayer led by school officials or prayers officiated by the school are.
To prevent upsetting God, Nazeesh wants to leave Kabul so those interferences will escape his life. Nazeesh’s actions refer to his everyday life. Upsetting God is like spitting in his face. To prevent dishonoring religion, people think to run away from their problems so they are not shamed upon. Since religion is top priority for most dwellers of Kabul, interests are not common.
A health professional should understand their own culture, such as their naturally occurring stereotypes. Health care workers should be able to accept different cultural beliefs to create an understanding work environment. A healthcare workforce can achieve cultural competence by accepting new information and knowledge and having the ability to respect different perspectives. Engagement can be demonstrated through the intention to engage leading to the process of engagement and thus eliciting outcomes such as empathy, where participants in Soulé’s (2014) study understood flexibility, such as listening not hearing and being a learner and a professional, was needed for communication. The application is the combination of knowledge and skills that aid a workforce to include, respond to and negotiate.
The patient must feel secure in what they tell you about themselves and that you will not tell other. Patients like to know they are listened to, cared about and have a opinion in the matter. For example a campaign called #mynameis by Dr Kate Granger, a medical registrar in geriatric medicine and cancer patient demonstrates the importance of small things like introducing yourself and having a name tag. NMBI Code of professional Conduct and Ethics (2014) also has guidelines for nurses for confidentiality and states that 'Honesty, integrity and trustworthiness must underpin your dealings with patients and colleagues ' and 'You should tell patients (unless this could cause them serious harm) if you intend to share confidential information about them with others who are outside the immediate care team
All cultures have schemes of health beliefs to elucidate the grounds of illness, by what means it can be cured or treated, and who ought to be involved in the process. Technologically advanced societies, comprehend disease as a consequence of normal systematic occurrences, advocate medical treatments that combat microorganisms or use refined technology to diagnose and treat disease whilst some societies consider that illness is the consequence of mystic occurrences and encourage prayer or other spiritual interventions that counter the alleged obscurity of powerful forces. Cultural variances affect patient’s approaches about medical care and their capability to comprehend, muddle through, and cope with the progression of an illness, the connotation of a diagnosis, and the consequences of medical treatment. Patients and their relatives bring culture
However, they do believe that when a person is dying it is acceptable to forgo extraordinary therapies, treatments if it is okay with the family members. They should not feel obligated to extend their life by means that are unreasonable to them. The Buddhist religion also oppose to physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia they are taught to have a great respect for life. However, they believe that life does not have to be preserved at all times especially if a person is dying. Meaning that if a terminally ill person wants to refuse treatment at any time they could do so.