Analysis Of Madeleine Leininger's Theory Of Transcultural Nursing
A limitation of this research is the exclusion of enrolled nurses from the study. Enrolled nurses or staff nurses in South Africa receive a diploma in nursing usually after a study period of 2 years, with the outcome of being dependent general nursing practitioners under the supervision of RNs. Due to the nature of the in-depth exploration which produced a large amount of data to be analyzed, only registered critical care nurses were selected to participate in the interviews and to keep diaries (Evans, Bell, Sweeney, Morgan, & Kelly, …show more content…
The results have the potential to inform the provision of culturally sensitive mental health care and affect mental health outcomes. The biggest limitation to this study- the three partner neighborhoods are in a single Midwest city, so the results may not be applicable to urban, impoverished Black, Hispanic, and White women in other areas (Doornbos, Zandee, & DeGroot, 2014). Inclusion of transcultural nursing in the curriculum is necessary in the culturally diverse South Africa. The article “Putting Leininger’s nursing theory ‘culture care diversity and universality’ into operation in the curriculum – Part 1” focuses on research regarding the putting of Leininger's nursing theory into operation in the curriculum to provide a scientific base for the inclusion of such nursing. This was achieved by means of a non-empirical exploratory study.
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