Resultados: 28

Beliefs and practices of cultural care of women with severe maternal morbidity

The present study aimed to describe the beliefs and practices of cultural care in women who had major causes of severe maternal morbidity, not in the prenatal control and attended at an institution of III level of health care in the city of Medellín. It was a research of a qualitative, ethnographic type...

Prácticas de cuidado cultural en gestantes del sector rural del municipio de Combita Boyacá

INTRODUCCIÓN: Las mujeres en gestación del municipio de Combita que residen en el sector rural representan un grupo poblacional enriquecido con los saberes culturales propios del altiplano Cundiboyacense es por ello que, describir las prácticas de cuidado cultural en un proceso de creación de saberes...

Theoretical reflections of Leininger's cross-cultural care in the context of Covid-19

Rev. gaúch. enferm; 42 (spe), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective To reflect on cross-cultural care for the population based on the theoretical assumptions and concepts of Leininger's Transcultural Theory, related to the recommendations for combating the Covid-19 pandemic. Method Reflective theoretical study based on culturally competent care, rela...

Development of an online educational toolkit for sexual orientation and gender identity minority nursing care

Objective: to develop and implement an online education resources to address a gap in nursing education regarding the concept of cultural humility and its application to healthcare encounters with persons who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex (LGBTQI) or Two-Spirit. Improve...

Personal and professional characteristics of the primary care nurse in the cultural care of migrant populations

Rev. gaúch. enferm; 42 (), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective To analyze the personal and professional characteristics perceived by primary nurses from a province located in the Maule region, Chile, regarding care with cultural relevance of the migrant person. Method Qualitative paradigm with an instrumental case study design, participated 9 pr...

Componentes esenciales de organizaciones sanitarias culturalmente competentes: revisión de la literatura

Horiz. enferm; 30 (1), 2019
El número de personas migrantes a nivel internacional ha ascendido en todo el mundo, alcanzando actualmente los 244 millones de personas. Este dato representa un 3,3 % de la población mundial. Los estudios muestran mayores tasas de enfermedad, invalidez, muerte y una atención de menor calidad en las p...

Saúde indígena no contexto da Amazônia Legal

Objetivo: conhecer as evidências científicas na literatura nacional sobre a saúde indígena no contexto da Amazônia Legal. Método: trata-se de um estudo bibliográfico, descritivo, tipo revisão integrativa de literatura. Encontraram-se, após a pesquisa nas bases de dados LILACS e BDENF e na Biblio...

Cross-cultural adaptation of the Preterm Parenting & Self-efficacy Checklist

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To conduct a cross-cultural adaptation of the Preterm Parenting & Self-Efficacy Checklist to the Brazilian Portuguese. Method: A methodological study was carried out with 51 parents of premature infants. Data analysis was based on psychometric and inferential statistical analyse...

Successful Aging and Personal Well-Being Among the Chilean Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Elderly

Aquichan; 19 (3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: The aim of this research was to analyse the association between successful aging (SA) and subjective well-being (SWB) in different domains. Method: The study is quantitative and cross-sectional, with a sample consisting of 800 older people, including 569 indigenous (Aymara and Map...

Nurses- puerperal mothers interaction: searching for cultural care

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (4), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the importance of the cultural care dimension in the nurse-puerperal mother interaction. Method: Qualitative study based on content analysis. To collect data, 36 semi structured interviews were applied (21 nurses and 15 women who had recently given birth). The participan...