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The Journal of Transcultural Nursing is the official journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society.The mission of the journal is to serve as a peer-reviewed forum for nurses, health care professionals, and practitioners in related disciplines to discuss issues related to the advancement of knowledge in the areas of culturally congruent health care delivery and to promote the … The prevalence and complexity of factors that shape the health experiences of young people in rural Kenya displayed in these findings adds context to the importance of utilizing multipronged approaches to improving adolescent health by focusing on the social contextual determinants of health behaviors and outcomes. Participants provided written parental consent and individual assent for study participation. �W�Yr��(��?Ŏ��[email protected]��츣�N��v�ꏝ����<9�����f�7{O^GNZJfۜ��{�Fv������N���i�4�}�����I/z���|"u��ܢ���+�NM��(�4|mV��`'��������1E�۪�s���[��WEO �|�}��B��[email protected]� An academic-community partnership was formed to develop multifaceted programs and support across school and community agency systems. The degree at which unreasonable harm becomes abuse is culturally dictated, hence, these territories of the Pacific Basin are seeking culturally specific terminology when defining child maltreatment. Based on a review of the literature on child maltreatment laws and cultural factors in each region, a range definition is proposed. Four major themes representing family caregivers' conceptions of care were identified: nourishing the PLWA while struggling with poverty, maintenance of cleanliness and hygiene of the person and surroundings, comforting the PLWA, and sacrificing self to sustain the PLWA. In keeping with our mission to “excite critical thinking and stimulate action toward a preferred future for nursing, health and healthcare,” we welcome submissions on a range of topics related to combatting the racism in our midst. )a��H��~��=q��yG��[email protected]�� �E����w�R��sԥ�:�T� '͙�i�����@v4� K��Z�Z�[email protected]��NPڬ�XS�,c��=D�݀��/.�����c,D�^��o���v�{@�Zk^�s �����4d����'Aag��z !�:Ԭ�S���Cڐ���|�Hz�@W53]�d��� �3�u0[�[��7����� ��AH�3c�|N  8v������gؗ�7����o��+nyh�"��z&3�p΁���Vs���n�(��W.��@�g|q!���hD��D��x�Y}! A conceptual analysis focuses on defining child maltreatment from the perspective of two Island nations in the Pacific Basin, American Samoa and the Federated States of Micronesia. Two research questions were formulated: What is the prevalence of depression as determined by using the PHQ-9K among KAs attending a community-based health fair? This study was used analytical descriptive with a cross-sectional approach. Cultural Diversity plays a very important role and will continue to play an even greater role as we move into a more diversified world. In conclusion, incorporating transcultural nursing into core nursing curricula, recognizing the spiritual dimensions of care in nursing, and establishing culturally congruent community-based day treatment modalities and programs integrating other cultures are recommended. The factor of stunting in infants and its relation to factors in Transcultural Nursing cannot be explained yet. References Researchers are interested in analyzing the factors related to the incidence of stunting in children aged 24-59 months based on Transcultural Nursing. Definitions of acculturation are examined using different resources including dictionaries and scholarly literature. Show your patients your respect for their culture by asking them about it, their beliefs, and related health care practices. The instruments included both unidimensional and multidimensional cancer pain measures. 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Fourteen hypotheses were tested. It is hoped that through the module, students are helped to acquire cultural sensitivity, which leads toward the development of a culturally competent health care practitioner. Borderline features were derived from cultural factors in American Samoa and the Federated States of Micronesia. The population was all mothers who have babies 6 to 12 months of age. ��v�19>���0�䝾��u�+6#,dy|�Ğ�� ����jb3r�\����q����榖���r{��-�0ݘ�iŤ�ec�hxu� B,�>.�. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences (IJANS) is an international scientific journal published by Elsevier. �N�0��S With high hopes to properly solve this problem some purpose is proposed. We are committed to developing the quality and impact of our journals Defining attributes include interaction between two cultures, change, learning, adaptation, and sociocultural context. 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With the belief that diversity is strength, the community of Reading, Pennsylvania, set forth an effort to meet the challenges of the disparity within the local nursing workforce with a comprehensive, long-term approach for the recruitment and retention of an underrepresented group. The aim of this study was to describe Arab Americans' smoking behaviors and any relationship between tobacco dependence and acculturation. The mission of the journal is to serve as a peer-reviewed forum for nurses, health care professionals , and practitioners in related disciplines to discuss issues related to the advancement of knowledge in the areas of culturally congruent health care delivery and to promote the … Nurses can use this knowledge to design and provide culturally congruent care to family caregivers and PLWAs in the community. Transcultural nursing has started from the mid 1950s .Since Leininger started her conceptualization of culture and development of her transcultural nursing theory in 1960s , transcultural nursing has become a major field of nursing.When the literature during the past 10 years was roughly searched using the PubMed database, more than 950 articles related to transcultural nursing … Following a semistructured interview guide, qualitative focus group interviews were conducted at day schools with 64 upper-primary and secondary students in rural central Kenya. Early treatment of patients with acute coronary syndromes (ACS) is crucial to reduce morbidity and mortality. endstream endobj 166 0 obj <>>> endobj 167 0 obj <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 168 0 obj <>stream The ever-increasing multicultural population in the United States poses a significant challenge to nurses providing individualized and holistic care to their patients. 1979. New Impact Factors show 36% increase for SAGE Nursing journals: We are delighted to announce that the new Impact Factors recently released by Thomson Scientific in the 2006 Journal Citation Reports® (JCR) show a 36% increase for SAGE Nursing journals compared to 2005. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the utility of a translated instrument to screen for depressive disorders among Korean Americans (KAs). The themes revealed were confidence, safe social activities, innocence, image, music/drug culture, and peer pressure. Direction for future research and implications for nursing practice are presented. Women expressing prenatal depression were more likely to continue to experience depression postpartum. Journals: Journal of Transcultural Nursing (JTN) Journal of Family Nursing (JFN) Selected English articles: Hohashi, N., & Honda, J. With a focus on culture, aging, and health, this creative learner-centered approach, called Cultural Discovery, emphasizes learning outcomes in both the cognitive and affective domains. Journal Impact 2018 di Journal of Transcultural Nursing è 1.570 (Ultimi dati nel 2019). Nursing Journals of OMICS publications are Open Access with high impact factors creating a platform to share and gain the knowledge in Nursing. Also, it describes the methods undertaken for the measures to achieve linguistic and cross-cultural validity through content, technical, experiential, semantic, and conceptual equivalence. Defining features were derived from evaluation of child abuse and neglect laws in each specified population. About the Journal. Impact Factor. To facilitate discussion, the adolescents developed collages from pictures in African American magazines. 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In many Middle Eastern countries, including Lebanon, there is a stigma attached to families who have an intellectually impaired child. This was a cross-sectional study. This requires nurses to recognize and appreciate cultural differen … �iD��/2$�3������th��nJm�BH��Em�c�����-�/m: M� �3�]/X�Ġ�q�@*�`) The Journal of Transcultural Nursing is the official journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society. Nursing interventions must address multiple challenges with childhood obesity at the family and community levels. The study reveals that adolescent pregnancy occurs in the context of a "genuine love affair" in which ideas of romantic love and gender rules guide young women's behaviour. The development of the module, the student experience, and the added value of the network are shared. 165 0 obj <> endobj H.���Y���}iQ��CG*n&n�=�;��c�ڳj�X�f�`���"�g�Z�z��bL=����aI�_w>k�[? 1981. Blood pressure was checked twice. The results demonstrated that 15.4% of sample participants might need treatment for depression depending on the duration of symptoms, severity, and functional impairment, and 7.5% of participants definitely required treatment for depressive symptoms. Journal of Transcultural Nursing serves as a peer-reviewed forum for nurses, health care professionals, and practitioners in … endstream endobj startxref Cultural Diversity plays a very important role and will continue to play an even greater role as we move into a more diversified world. Implications for future practice and research are also identified. �( �+x���n�Ϲ��R��iE�?���?�������~)%��e�HF�A�ל0MI ���)a!O5�n9A&�S�#���@'�����{0-˵mRJ��1+��lf�Q�|��[݇�"f����2A8��f&i���x �&��4���?���L��;�r 2019 Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics): 105/123 (Nursing) 103/120 (Nursing (Social Science)) The purpose of this study was to examine the association between acculturation and health beliefs, barriers, and perceptions related to cardiovascular disease prevention. Tobacco use prevention and cessation interventions for this population can be focused on targeting the family and peer units, from which their identity is likely derived. The Journal Impact 2019-2020 of Journal of Transcultural Nursing is 1.570, which is just updated in 2020.Compared with historical Journal Impact data, the Metric 2019 of Journal of Transcultural Nursing grew by 29.75 %.The Journal Impact Quartile of Journal of Transcultural Nursing is Q2.The Journal Impact of an academic journal is a scientometric Metric that reflects … This trend has occurred despite the fact that 89% of schools have educational programs on HIV/AIDS. Analysis (paired t tests) of the Block Screening Questionnaire, General Acculturation Index, and Self-Rated Health Subindex of the Multilevel Assessment Instrument showed significant differences: Daughters ate more fat (p = .04) and were more acculturated than their mothers (p = .0001). International Scientific Journal & Country Ranking. %%EOF The range definition is comprised of defining features and borderline features for child maltreatment as it exists across these cultures in the Pacific Basin. 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This focused ethnographic study explores and describes the conceptions of care among family caregivers of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWAs) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. To increase adherence in women, the benefits of antihypertensive medications should be emphasized. (2012). Implementing this vision will require national as well as local leadership across public and private sectors. Psychological acculturation is a complex process that has been widely discussed in the literature of anthropology, psychology, and sociology. The findings of this analysis indicate the significance of transcultural knowledge in nursing practice and the legal accountability nurses hold on the issue of child maltreatment. ����#-�^k��B�=���y���a�,\����v���lS��C�eS�����Ny2���>q�Qv�ʚ����;NWn?TU}�zRτ�&�c|��(G˔*�)�Fl�u�E#mHh�Z*p��%���'�k����v��c��%E��y��S�[J���>��8d��^v'x���^�z&zpz�K�����N����pȘ��ZESS)���@G��B�㗸��q5�@��a� �%�/��? In-depth audiotaped interviews were conducted in Korean, and Korean metaphors, images, and dreams were translated into English. The purpose of this article is to describe a philosophical approach for integrating general transcultural nursing concepts and skills within a first semester associate degree nursing course. 0k 0��[����S� ���r�hI&�)�/6=����DM>�Dq�Д����ܙ��������,��`Mr�L���������~PRr���p�̜���(�꺻+ʈ���E��},}2��$ ��VJL�{�q�� A brief overview of the PCME and the health-related programs in which it is involved is provided. Findings were organized into seven categories (individual, family, peer, school, community, institutional, and cultural) according to a social-ecological framework to highlight the multiple social and environmental contexts that shape health the experiences rural Kenyan youth. The Pearson correlation yielded a significant relationship for the 76 subjects between fat intake (dietary practice) and health perception: The more fat (meat/snacks) intake, the more negatively women perceived their health status (p = .0001). Findings from a qualitative research study of the context of adolescent pregnancy are presented. The Program for Mexican Communities Abroad offices, which are located throughout the United States, represent an ideal site for outreach for both Mexican- and United States-based governmental and nongovernmental organizations interested in the well-being of Mexican migrants working in the United States. Less acculturated minorities were more likely to have health beliefs that may impede prevention, have greater perceived susceptibility to disease, and believe in an external locus of control. Important considerations made in serving this population include low acculturation to U.S. culture, monolingual Spanish speaking, cross-border mobility, and dietary behaviors influenced by access to culturally preferred regional foods, some of which may not be nutritionally optimal. Ideas of romantic love and gender rules were powerful influences on those who unintentionally got pregnant. A model case and contrary case are presented. J��� �j�zaH��(�: x��C(�~quC;Qs��,���•Sgk7O"�NƬpѝw~l�䁁�2��t�a��)F�����}$��5.�?������yApj�X�ԑ���7���M�@7�Ά �FجG�!�׆e`�ˊ�oe��9PFL��P/��G�ї�fם(��%jaS�U�y�_�[email protected]����/']i��#60��h�����j���6�:����R�F��:��BF��}Qe���'�Wյp�l�A,�H�;2�F�v��o YV�8�N6kUm�L_Ogd�=��>;�RrY��G�#:�@�+����}�9Od�z݌�Qn�������"� Although nurses have considerable awareness and concern about child abuse, additional education related to this issue is needed. This was a cross-sectional, correlational Internet study among 104 Hispanic and 114 Asian cancer patients. 204 0 obj <>stream Data provided are for informational purposes only. The authors wished to design a learning activity that would provide meaningful experiences and stimulate critical thinking among nontraditional, culturally diverse students who must learn to care for many clients of diverse cultural backgrounds. Nicotine dependence, acculturation, and tobacco use questionnaires were used to measure the major variables. The purpose of this cross-cultural qualitative study is to describe and interpret the Korean American families' (KAFs') caregiving experiences for their mentally ill grown children. Evaluating acculturation in clinical practice may be an opportunity to promote awareness, healthy behaviors, and prevention among immigrants. Data were collected at an annual KA Community Medical Health Fair and analyzed following the guidelines for interpreting the PHQ-9. Higher education, presence of dyspnea, intermittent symptoms, and waiting for symptoms to go away predicted longer delays, whereas intensity of symptoms and active response (going to the hospital) predicted shorter delays. We live in an era of constant change and transformation, which in return paves the way for cultural transparency. Y��w*����812�נ�ޝVsPꡟ �̃>��Y���g%�.�Y�yY;�}$�p��e끺-G. ���`D�V�`������+z�hr�v���d��?f��zJE�$� ��l�]5yJ�w�,!w��=ɜ=��l���� ��Z��A&�_~q���i~�:+r�l�-[��vc�W��(j��� SOΈ�j��r"#��E��rV� -�W�R��A�K_��>�a�W~u�,d' Q���C��� �^H]������`f���WG�= �e�Y�NƩ4�ɀP�ʌ(�T����g~V�_R��*�Sz���sb�G��gD�5�N�u\r�-�q~���Eq�����:xe�'岳 �]/��� The predictor of nonadherence in women was lower perceived benefits of antihypertensive medications. Informants' behaviors and attitudes toward women were constructed by their own male-centered values. Other predictors included a high need for postpartum support, specific support network characteristics, acculturation, and poor quality relationships within the family. With the dearth of linguistically and culturally valid measures for immigrant populations, the adaptation of valid measures developed for other cultures remains a viable option. Arab Americans who behaved most like their ethnic peers and spent more time with Arab Americans were more dependent on nicotine. She explains and shows the readerhow transcultural nursing theory can be disseminated and implemented." Cultural concepts and postpartal care. The ethnonursing research method was used and data were collected through interviews with seven key and eight general informants. ��ጒ�#8g�מ�?.�u��Va�+a$U�(�r�u[j�2��-�T �7�f�/�K[���X(�,�1`A )�GK�G��Au��;���tr�y+Q0R��o`J���l֦��h��H X�,�[���? 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To explore the predictors of water-pipe smoking among American Arab Yemeni adolescents, a descriptive correlational design was used, and regression models representing the proposed relationships in the study were tested from a convenience sample of 297 adolescents who attended a teen health clinic and two high schools. 23rd Annual Transcultural Nursing Society Conference focuses on unifying care and facing diversity with unity. A cross-sectional design was used with recruitment with a convenience sample of 100 men and 100 women with hypertension. to publish the most exciting research with respect to the subjects of Nursing and Midwifery in Africa, and secondly, to advance the international understanding and development of nursing and midwifery … Data were collected by means of 21 qualitative interviews, and analysis followed grounded theory procedures. Postpartum depression was studied in 66 multiparous Mexican American women using a prospective longitudinal design. The U.S. population consists of members from different racial and ethnic groups and depending on their geographical location, they can either … This article explores the development and implementation of an internationally agreed module, the European Nursing Module. Challenges to curriculum implementation and lessons learned for replication of the curriculum in other clinical settings are discussed. This article describes the development and implementation of a Spanish-language, community clinic-based, individually tailored, and culturally specific nutrition curriculum for HIV-positive Latinos living on the U.S.-Mexico border. Unlabelled: It depicts the multiple and iterative steps of translation and backtranslation to produce A Short Acculturation Scale for Filipino Americans (ASASFA) in English and in Tagalog--the Philippine national language. Rispetto allo storico Journal Impact, l'Journal Impact 2018 di Journal of Transcultural Nursing è cresciuto del 29.75 %.Il quartile del fattore di impatto di Journal of Transcultural Nursing è Q2.Nell'editoria accademica il fattore di impatto (impact Metric o IF in inglese e generalmente … Regarding an adolescent as immature or in a process of becoming might hinder adolescents' distinctive culture and circumstances. Implemented over an eight week period, Cultural Discovery assisted beginning nursing students to systematically conduct a basic general cultural assessment, identify some similarities and differences among individuals within cultural groups, distinguish between varying dimensions of acculturation, and discover the importance of culturally congruent nursing care. 1.�{B��Ԙ�I�@ (T�[8�R��f����=Fr���J'܅�����BYS��:�����[�L�s����`Q&4���������+�����?��@��!���C3(yzvʔ��]��J�㬷�m�~�P�b� While these Island nations already have child abuse and neglect laws, they are adapted from the United States. Although some of the circumstances encountered by Latino parents resemble those typically found in the literature about ADHD and families, their experience is rendered inordinately complex by multiple overlapping sociocultural, linguistic, and parental circumstances. Methods of accessing information concerning transcultural nursing or health care will be the major emphasis of this department. 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Analyses revealed a significant positive correlation between acculturation and tobacco dependence and between tobacco exposure and tobacco dependence. Nursing in a global community is a study abroad program at Georgia Southern University School of Nursing. Description of the program and benefits of study abroad programs are discussed as well as a student perspective on the transcutural experience in Ghana. Source: Journal of Transcultural Nursing - August 18, 2016 Category: Nursing Authors: Marrone, S. R. Tags: Transcultural Nursing Society Source Type: research Factors Influencing the Intent to Migrate in Nursing Students in South Korea ���pI$iY|���F7�>�0�� R���{T�����]X��Fi�Q�.��j�T���6>Z_I=i*5=_�1Ǣ�O���i����4�CE%�ƈ��("�bD`Yvv���~wfv1b��/�;�߽��~��d��:��d��:���׽m�t���ڿ�DXD�v��Mc��d���ߨ�]�GUU][email protected]��?7���W�Ȇ�5�@�D�[email protected]遉FL�D�� ]3���D��1����i (4 years) 1999: 0.254: Cites / Doc. Total citations made in the JCR year to content published in a journal in the prior two years are divided by the number of articles and reviews published by the journal in the prior two years. Barriers to effective HIV prevention may be related to a failure to develop educational programs based on the cultural competencies of vulnerable populations such as adolescents who are at risk for HIV. Towards conceptualization of transcultural health care systems: concepts and a model. Transcripts of interviews were coded using N-VIVO and analyzed thematically. 2�f���;�f���x�0� �V?L宜ժ���{�S�zh~��|g �_޳0V�i��%���r� @VJ7"�;5��yZ���ϯ�2�7���C�]�We�쪲�_�rV������}q����M]}?�'�7��Ia�%���z�߳�ah_J9l��}n�67����-3IC�Vf������j�?TM�9�/�RM�_*d_�u���_��6����Q�òǜ�͡+�_嶫��CY�>2�C�n��0��P���W=\7���u ��j&�)uU���,��:׭�m:������` ��� © The Author(s) 2014. These families complain of isolation and lack of community resources that could help them cope with their circumstances to optimize the child's abilities. The purpose of this study was to explore nurses' experiences and perspectives regarding child abuse in Taiwan. h�b```f``Ja`b`�oe�[email protected] ~V da�h ����a`�JThrb`v�ZCx� -ឲB�+i�RK���K�2=���4��T���l4�e-4W�LK��S|��q��q?�,����C���)y�l�g��YL�6^n��0U���3�[email protected]�X’5��-4W�g�}D���y�l��7���2.��@�2�ett40�f f��da qX�c(��` L`B��� ��� P&��iV ����"ﶦ����}d�X`��pwj���-V��l^�@wf`��i��@���Z��0 �~� Several themes emerge: parents' demanding work schedules, lack of time, transportation issues, opportunities for physical activities, and lack of meal preparation. The work of Walker and Avant is used as a guide to analyze and to clarify the definitions of acculturation in the Hispanic population. Median time from symptom onset to hospital arrival was 4.5 hours. Using a feminist perspective, the relationship between acculturation and cancer pain experience was explored. }���ȴ�}W�>8).�����P�aˉ���s�?�ݑ��*mq�e/ {kb�[����x��E�e( Understanding cultural pain for improved health care. The mission of the journal is to serve as a peer-reviewed forum for nurses, health care professionals , and practitioners in related disciplines to discuss issues related to the advancement of knowledge in the areas of culturally congruent health care delivery and to promote the … The purpose of this study is to understand one Latino community's perspective about childhood overweight within this high-risk ethnic group. Journal description. No impact factor infomation for this journal. The purpose of this research was to identify perceived barriers and facilitators of health from the perspective of rural Kenyan adolescents and to characterize the cultural context that shapes these barriers and facilitators. The purpose of this study was to examine delay in seeking care for ACS symptoms in a Lebanese sample and identify predictors of delay. The findings suggest lack of knowledge of ACS symptoms and the need for public education in this regard. We live in an era of constant change and transformation, which in return paves the way for cultural transparency. The purpose of this article is to analyze the concept of psychological acculturation using Walker and Avant's strategy for concept analysis. Madeleine Leininger’s (1978) theory of transcultural nursing embodies the basis of this work: If human beings are to survive and live in a healthy, ... “open-mindedness” and possess the drive to care about the impact on the patient (“Nursing,” 1996), even though the situation may pose cultural challenges to the nurse. The broad-based journal was founded on two key tenets, i.e. The Effects of September 11 on Arab American Nurses in Metropolitan Detroit. Limited information is available about Arab Americans' smoking behaviors. The usefulness of the PHQ-9K to screen for depressive disorders in KAs at a primary care setting was confirmed. Measurements for demographics, cultural factors, clinical factors, and medication adherence were self-administered by the participants. Although researchers have conducted a vast amount of research about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), few have addressed how Latino families experience ADHD. From the 18 registered nurses interviewed, four major categorical themes emerged that were integral to nurses' experiences working with abused children: the meaning of child abuse, conflict, feeling frustrated, and nurses' roles. Experimentation with tobacco was found to be significant in predicting narghile smoking. Arab American smokers and ex-smokers (N = 96) participated in the study. The International Journal of Nursing Studies (IJNS) provides a forum for original research and scholarship about health care delivery, organisation, management, workforce, policy and research methods relevant to nursing, midwifery and other health related professions. Journal of Transcultural Nursing serves as a peer-reviewed forum for nurses, health care professionals, and practitioners in other disciplines to discuss issues related to the advancement of knowledge in areas of culturally congruent health care delivery and to promote the dissemination of research findings concerning the relationship among culture, nursing and other disciplines and the delivery of health care. }��X 318 Journal of Transcultural Nursing 22(4) Table 1. TCN is ranked 59/123 in the “Nursing - SCIE” category, and 56/121 in “Nursing - SSCI”. Participants were 21 pregnant adolescents from Medellín, Colombia, and nearby villages in the region. Although Filipino Americans are projected to become the largest Asian American ethnic group in this millennium, no acculturation measure existed for this group. Although acculturation has been widely used as a health research variable among Hispanics, several inconsistencies exist in the definitions of this concept. hެ�Mo�0����p`l��QU��@ !�����p��� I���L6E��B�ؚ�ǯ��`�:X��#K_Ld�@� ��d��6�M�C1JxMqQ��yEH������s���@/�6H��H��z�� �kI ��?Q�]��H�Dn�)#�:���e�?1�Ť�뱋㐶�O4 �s�~(P��m�k��j����Ɇ��ɦ����,N�Lv�ʼnG��ɉ�Hy�t��]0I]�U�h�t-(*~D0���~�Y���7��Gg�4�����Y���F. The purpose of this article is to determine the effects of 9/11 on Arab American nurses' workplace discrimination in the Detroit metropolitan area. 264 Journal of Transcultural Nursing 24(3) (FindTheData, 2007). Work in and with communities places students and practitioners more consistently in cross-cultural circumstances. Thirty-four Arab American nurses completed a survey about perceptions and experiences related to discrimination before and after the terror attacks on 9/11. Findings provide a base for understanding child abuse from the perspectives of nurses and a beginning understanding of interventions needed to improve identification and reporting of child abuse in Taiwan. ���*/�*�؞�v��� � "5È�.$]�mY�Gy�� M[p�1i[%�p�D��Ą�u���������i��1���7%��oY�|�0=�G݄C��k���(��c��>�ozd7oP�+��(�p�����I����V���E���jnGx�T��y���fs�P�;]Q�(����|�ÆϏL�S�w%OP��q��F�p����d��%7�:��c$����WgN�Q�#��=z 8d��}���C-�[email protected]ӳn��Ƹ�[�_N��JvQ3Ш���f��SD w-���]�/�#z � �"�f��_�G� 9�ѕ��C�.5��}�bۺ`��Q̫S �*i��{�9[�x�Cˣ�"�]��<3��E��ʄ�˂���&��(�H�MoQBPstream A multivariate logistic regression was used to establish a parsimonious prediction model for medication adherence. Content analysis was used to identify themes. Impact Factors were just released, and Journal of Transcultural Nursing had a great showing: 1.441! Work on cultural competence has a long history in nursing, yet we have not successfully institutionalized these attitudes and skills throughout education and practice. Other titles: JCD Start year: 1994 Frequency: Quarterly Country: United States Language: English Topics: Cross-Cultural Comparison Transcultural Nursing Publisher: Lisle, Ill. : Tucker Publications, c1994-Publication type: Periodicals. It is important for the health care provider to assess the presence of depressive symptoms and available social support during the prenatal period and work with Mexican American mothers to increase support and secure help in dealing with daily life stressors. Cites per document Year Value; Cites / Doc. The purpose of this study was to describe gender differences in predictors for antihypertensive medication adherence in Chinese immigrants. Nursing Journal with highest impact factor offers Open Access option to meet the needs of authors and maximize article visibility. Cultural Discovery includes several components in conjunction with the Leininger Acculturation Health Care Assessment Enabler for Cultural patterns in Traditional and Nontraditional Lifeways, specifically: background reading assignments, classroom activity component, collaborative library introductory program, videotape program, interview, literature review, reflection, and written paper assignment. The program hosted at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana, West Africa, provides opportunity for undergraduate and graduate health profession students to experience nursing, health care service and delivery in a developing country. Nursing (SSCI) 56 out of 121 | Nursing (SCIE) 59 out of 123. 172 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<2016AE70E72E284EB44B473976496C70><035A829298EF054F82A37723DEEE0324>]/Index[165 40]/Info 164 0 R/Length 56/Prev 360382/Root 166 0 R/Size 205/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream (a) finding out about ADHD, (b) taking on a biomedical meaning, (c) living between two cultures, (d) caring for a child with ADHD, and (e) looking toward the future with ADHD. Most participants did not experience demotion, but some experienced intimidation and patient rejection more often or with the same frequency following 9/11. The Journal of Transcultural Nursing is abstracted and indexed in Scopus, MEDLINE, the Science Citation Index Expanded, and the Social Sciences Citation Index. This descriptive, correlational, two-group study investigated differences between dietary practices, acculturation, and health perceptions in a convenience sample of Hispanic mothers and their adult daughters (N = 76, 47 mother-daughter dyads). Transcultural nursing is an essential aspect of healthcare today. 0 Transcultural Nursing in South Africa: Prospects for the 1990's, Transcultural Nursing Goals and Challenges for 1991 and Beyond, Moving Transcultural Nursing into the 21st Century: Major Themes from the Annual Transcultural Nursing Society Conference: Royal Waikoloan Hotel, Ahupua'a Waikoloa, Hawaii, October 26-28, 1995, Sixth Annual Post-Graduate Transcultural Nursing Seminar: Royal Waikoloan Hotel, Ahupua'a Waikoloa, Hawaii, October 25, 1995. Leininger's culture care modes were used to explain culturally meaningful nursing care actions and decisions. The results, based on a sample of 127 mothers from Lebanon, reveal that a high percentage of mothers had depressive symptoms. The purpose of this research was to explore the involvement in reproductive health of adult men in a low-income community in São Paulo City, Brazil. Patient-centered nutrition education and counseling can improve the health of HIV-positive persons.