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Transcultural Communication In Nursing 2nd Edition

Cora Munoz, Joan Luckmann

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1999
  • 356 Pages

Overview

Transcultural Communication in Nursing, Second Edition, is designed to help students and practicing professionals increase their self-awareness by recognizing possible biases and becoming more sensitive to cultural differences. This new edition gives examples of exchanges between the nurse and patients who hold various cultural values and beliefs. Latinos, Hispanics, Muslims, Hasidic and Reform Jews, Filipinos, Native Americans, and African Americans are just some of the ethnic and religious groups whose traditions are explored.

Cora Munoz, Capital University

Capital University

Joan Luckmann,

School of Nursing, University of Washington
  • Step-by-step communication techniques are presented to improve conversational effectiveness.
  • Real-life scenarios illustrate responses that help nurses handle diverse situations encountered in professional practice.
  • Self-test questionnaires promote self-reflection and present several ways to provide feedback to patients.
  • A brand-new chapter helps students and professionals develop cultural competence based on the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS). This addition also covers emerging issues, such as the availability of interpreter services within health care organizations and the significant need for bilingual staff members.
1: Introduction to Transcultural Communication in Nursing
2: Transcultural Communication Building Blocks: Culture and Cultural Values
3. Enhancing Transcultural Communication Through Culturally Competent and Linguistically Appropriate Services.
4. Transcultural Communication Building Blocks: Beliefs, Behavior, and Communication
5. Transcultural Communication Stumbling Blocks
6. Transcultural Communication Within The Health Care Subculture
7. Exploring Transcultural Communication as a Participant-Observer
8. Using Transcultural Communication Techniques
9. Overcoming Transcultural Communication Barriers
10. Working With and Without an Interpreter
11. Eliciting Assessment Data From the Patient, Family, and Interpreters
12. Developing Culturally Appropriate Nursing Diagnosis
13. Using Transcultural Communication to Plan Care, Explain, and Instruct
14. Using Transcultural Communication to Assist People responding Pain, Grief, Dying, and Death
15. Fostering Transcultural Communication with other Health Care Providers

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  • ISBN-10: 1133483305
  • ISBN-13: 9781133483304
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  • ISBN-10: 0766848779
  • ISBN-13: 9780766848771
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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Transcultural Communication In Nursing

ISBN: 9780766848771
Transcultural Communication in Nursing, Second Edition, is designed to help students and practicing professionals increase their self-awareness by recognizing possible biases and becoming more sensitive to cultural differences. This new edition gives examples of exchanges between the nurse and patients who hold various cultural values and beliefs. Latinos, Hispanics, Muslims, Hasidic and Reform Jews, Filipinos, Native Americans, and African Americans are just some of the ethnic and religious groups whose traditions are explored.

FOR STUDENTS

Transcultural Communication In Nursing

ISBN: 9780766848771
Transcultural Communication in Nursing, Second Edition, is designed to help students and practicing professionals increase their self-awareness by recognizing possible biases and becoming more sensitive to cultural differences. This new edition gives examples of exchanges between the nurse and patients who hold various cultural values and beliefs. Latinos, Hispanics, Muslims, Hasidic and Reform Jews, Filipinos, Native Americans, and African Americans are just some of the ethnic and religious groups whose traditions are explored.