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    Cultural competency is a vital component in the nursing community. Knowing a client’s culture can help in communication, and build a therapeutic relationship. Many different types of nursing cultural competency models have been developed throughout the years, though this essay will focus on the Sunrise Model by Madeleine Leininger. The Sunrise Model is a visual representation of Leininger’s Culture Care Diversity and Universality theory, which is a theory that pioneered many others into developing cultural nursing models. St. Mary Medical Center encourages nurses to combine all cultural models when developing their personal approach to cultural competency (Schickler, 2015). Just like every person is different, every approach to their care should…

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    Madeleine Leininger

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    Madeleine Leininger Ulrica Garcia South University Madeleine Leininger Dr. Madeleine Leininger was known and described in many articles and tributes. She won many accolades and was the foundress of the worldwide Transcultural Nursing Movement that defined the relationship of dealing with patient from different cultural backgrounds. She was known as a researcher, consultant, theorist, public speaker, educator, and author. Dr. Madeleine Leininger gained prominence all over the world in the…

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    Madeleine Leininger is considered to be the mother of transcultural nursing and the cultural care theory. She earned a nursing confirmation from St. Anthony 's Hospital School of Nursing, trailed by college degrees at Benedictine College and Creighton University. She also received a Master of Science in Nursing at Catholic University of America. She later concentrated on social and social human sciences at the University of Washington where she obtained her PhD in 1966. Dr. Leininger also held…

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    Grand Theory In Nursing

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    patients in complex situations. They are just one of many tools in the box that a nurse can utilize to establish a deeper understand of their patient. Guiding Theory Dr. Madeleine Leininger work on Culture Care and the Sunrise model resonates best within my belief and care system. Her educational background and additional studies of doctorate work in anthropology is very important to the credibility in her theory. Dr. Leininger also feels the same and has stated that nursing and anthropology mix…

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    My Philosophy Of Nursing

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    try to keep in mind that each patient is an individual, with his or her own needs and wants. I practice by treating each person with respect, acceptance, and love. I accept, acknowledge, and support patients, families, and coworkers cultures and beliefs, while maintaining the mandate of caring for patients. Philosophy is defined as the “values and beliefs regarding nature of work derived from a mission and the rights/responsibilities of people involved” (Yoder-Wise, 2015, p. 386). Nursing…

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    Wrinkle In Time

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    My novel I read is called “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’engle. This story is about a weird, awkward, lonely girl in a small town seeking for answers of her lost father and a lost for hope and love. Megan Murry, her little brother Charles Wallace, and her friend Calvin search many areas. But can’t seem to come to a conclusion. Megan, Charles and Calvin go through many obstacles to save and collect her father from an evil dimension. In the beginning A character Mrs. Whatsit was a weird…

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    Vaughn 1 Baylee Vaughn NSP: fantasy and theology 5/9/18 In Wrinkle in Time the Happy Medium next uses her crystal ball to show the three kids a battle between IT and the stars. The star sacrifices itself to fight the Dark thing. The children then realize that the star that sacrifices herself is indeed Mrs. Whatsit. In ?Field of Dreams? the one who probably made the biggest sacrifice was Ray?s wife. Not only, did Ray?s vision by way of the voice, ?If you build it, he will come? have an effect…

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    Why did Madeleine L’Engle write A Wrinkle In Time? Here is why I look at why she wrote the book. One, she is probably telling people endless matters are rolling right at you. Still, people don’t even acknowledge it. People sit there like nothing wrong. there is a full world waiting for us, the people, but you don’t even notice what's happening in front of you. Two, Madeleine L’Engle wanted to warn people about IT. What is IT, IT is the technology. Reason number one. Why would Madeleine L’Engle…

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    A Wrinkle in Time has a lot of differences and similarities in it. There’s a book that is written by Madeleine L’Engle that was published in 1962 and movie that was by Susan Silliday and was released in 2003. It will be talking about how Meg and Charles Wallace will be saving their Father, Mr.Murray who was captured by IT. IT is a big brain that lives on Cammozots who controls everyone there. Meg and Charles Wallace are now going to save their father and bring him back to earth. The first thing…

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    Bradbury’s novel, Fahrenheit 451, portrays a society where all books are outlawed. If a book was found in someone’s house not only would the book be burned, but the house along with everything the person owned would be burned too. Montag knew this when he took the risk of hiding books, and in the end, that risk ended up costing him. Unfortunately, our society too is censoring books in which are considered “bad” by certain people. One of these books is A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle due…

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