Care provided this way would support healing, enhance patient experience and lead to faster discharge. Nursing from my experience, are culturally sensitive and adjusted accordingly to a variety of requests from patients and accommodated most of them. Nursing staff today works with a diverse population and it is important to stay professional and culturally sensitive. Nurses should assess their own knowledge, feelings and values when providing care for patients from different backgrounds. It also important to know about different cultures and increase personal cultural awareness (Leishman, 2004).
In this case, adopted children. It is also important to review the changes that have been made to it for the benefit of these children and whether these changes have been in the right direction. Another problem that must be addressed is what other changes must be made to further the interest of adopted children and how they must be made within the authority the religion permits. And through this problem, we arrive at the fundamental question: To what extent must Muslim personal law in India be reformed so as to benefit the adopted one? How can these changes be brought about?
In the endeavor to achieve this understanding, there are critical issues that one needs to analyze and put into consideration. One such factor is the context of culture concerning religion. For one to understand effectively a certain religion, one has to understand the culture and norms of the community since culture plays an important role in religion. The issue of identity is another important factor to consider in religious education. It is important to understand how a community or groups of people identify because it indirectly reflects on the religion they follow.
For nursing students with a particular interest involving going beyond healing and caring, it is highly likely that by studying this theory, they will be in a position to attain their coveted goal. Besides, Watson`s theory relies heavily on Transpersonal psychology to achieve its intended purpose. In order to further explicate this theory, some of the important elements that will be covered involve: The caring healing moment, intentionality and interdependence. The caring healing moment is motivated by the transpersonal psychology. It enables individuals to attain a higher order of consciousness by gaining a comprehension that the various states of human cognizance have some healing and evolutionary potential that is greater than any person can fathom.
In addition to traditional values, nurses are now expected to strongly advocate for their clients, rather than subscribe to the old model of simply following the doctor 's orders (Williams & Hopper, 2015). Advocacy is a broad spectrum that includes looking out for the best interest of the client, and the nurse as well. Advocating for clientele involves stepping up to the plate to prevent, solve and follow up on problems as they arise. At times, this means going against to the grain to ensure that the needs and rights of the client are met, in the most appropriate manner (Potter et al., 2015). An example of this is speaking with a nutritionist and provider about a patient 's increasing difficulty with swallowing and starting the conversation about protocols for dysphagia.
Hybridity/Hybridization in postcolonialism comes to show a combination of two cultures or more and the culturally hybrid person is supposed to live with such a culture in his/her community. However, when you probe deeply into the lives of the hybrids, you find the hybrid unwelcome in the community he lives in, particularly in the Arab and Islamic communities, whereas he is welcome in other communities and cultures where the person represents a larger part of its culture and style of life (i.e. western style of life). The article investigates the concept of "hybridity" in postcolonialism and, in turn, what it means in the Holy Quran and Sunnah of Prophet, Mohammad, peace be upon him. It is an attempt to investigate the synonyms of hybridity
Introduction When the prophet Mohammad came to our life as a messenger from Allah(s.w.t) , to spread and explain the Islamic religion, the main goal of his message is to organize human life and society, so there is many parts and sections in our life and societies , and it needs a principle to make it clear from any errors , and as a part of human society and one of the most important things in our life the Islam made a special section to women , even Allah(s.w.t) has mentioned a surah in the Qur'an and its name ' al nisa' ( the women ). consequently, we can note that the woman has a big part out life and there is no doubt about it, because she's the real reason about how our society will be in the present or in the future for the next generation, if it's useful or not. This study sought to investigate marbles about the woman in Islam in UAE mosques , It employed both quantitative and qualitative instruments to understand what the Islam says
Culture refers to everything that defines and distinguishes a person including ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, language, values, goals, and life experiences. Health care workers need to be aware of sensitive to cultural diversity, life situations, and other various factors that shape a person’s identity. First step is an open non-judgmental attitude. A lot of people with different cultures their husband speaks for them some are not allowed to speak to other mens or let men doctors assist them etc. Some of the cultural considerations that you should be aware of when addressing issues related to the female reproductive system are beliefs, practices, values and attitudes of the different cultures they are working with.
Based on the summary on the articles, there are a few theories that have been implemented in leadership behaviour. First is leadership from Islamic perspective that have a lot guidelines that can be followed based on the Prophet Muhammad has done. Second is Leadership Contingency and Work Ethic Theory in Islam. Contingency theory assumes
The highest mean in table 2e., is (3.14) for “Working with nurses who are clinically competent”. This finding is associated to more tenured ED staff, which was evident on the profile of the respondents. According to ED staff nurses, these tenured nurses displayed strong capabilities, skills, and professionalism to perform all necessary tasks. These attributes of senior nurses reflect a competent nurse who used knowledge, skills, judgment, attitudes, values, and beliefs to perform well in a given role or situation (ANA, 2009). More so, ED is a specialized area that required highly trained ED staff nurses.