Resultados: 11

Ethnonursing: cultural care in a mapuche community in Puerto Aguirre, Aysén, Chile

Texto & contexto enferm; 29 (spe), 2020
ABSTRACT Objectives: to understand the beliefs, expressions, and practices of generic care used by the Mapuche community in Puerto Aguirre and acknowledge the professional care offered to promote health. Method: a qualitative research based on ethnonursing carried out during seven trips to Puerto Aguir...

Changing Home: Experiences of the Indigenous when Receiving Care in Hospital

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (3), 2020
Objective. To understand the meaning of the experience of the indigenous when receiving care in a low-complexity hospital. Methods. Qualitative study with ethnographic approach conducted in a hospital of Antioquia, Colombia. The study had 12 indigenous participants who underwent semi-structured interview...

Maternidade modelo com atendimento exclusivo de enfermeiros: representações sociais

OBJETIVO: Determinar, com base na percepção das usuárias, o tipo de modelo de atenção de uma maternidade cujo atendimento é exclusivamente realizado por enfermeiras. MÉTODO: Pesquisa de abordagem qualitativa e descritiva, baseada na teoria das representações sociais de Moscovici, cujo cenário f...

Adapting the Scale to Measure Care Ability of Family Caregivers of People with Chronic Diseases in Brazil

Aquichan; 19 (4), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To translate and culturally adapt the Scale to Measure the Care Ability of Family Caregivers of People with Chronic Diseases to the Brazilian context. Materials and Methods: This is a methodological study that followed the steps recommended by Dorcas Beaton for translating and cul...

Interdisciplinarity of care to the elderly with Alzheimer's disease: reflection to the light of the theories of Leininger and Heller

ABSTRACT Objective: to reflect on the integration of Leininger's Transcultural and Heller's daily life theories in the support of the care of the elderly with Alzheimer's disease. Method: reflection study guided by the researchers' perceptions, when understanding, in the development of actions, the con...

Barriers Present in the Process of Construction of the Cultural Family Care to the Child in the Hospital: Transcultural Approach

Aquichan; 19 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To know the barriers in the process of building family cultural care for the child in the hospital. Methodology: This is a qualitative study with a cross-cultural theoretical reference of Madeleine Leininger, called Theory of Diversity and Cultural Universality of Care, and with a...

Cuidados maternos no método canguru à luz da Teoria de Leininger

Objetivo: Compreender os cuidados maternos na segunda etapa do método canguru à luz da Teoria de Leininger. Métodos: Pesquisa qualitativa, fundamentada na Teoria Transcultural do Cuidado de Leininger, realizada com oito mães internadas no alojamento canguru, mediante entrevista semiestruturada. Resul...

The nursing department`s view towards moroccan patients

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 51 (), 2017
Abstract OBJECTIVE To determine the Melilla Hospital Nursing Department’s attitude towards Moroccan patients. METHOD Descriptive ex post facto study. A questionnaire has been handed over to staff, on the Immigration Attitude Scale for Nursing. RESULTS In general, nurses exhibit negative attitude...

Historic perspectives from anthropology. Reflections proposed to Transcultural Nursing

Invest. educ. enferm; 33 (2), 2015
History brings together meanings related to earlier periods, being aware of the past as a panorama to reread the present. Madeleine Leininger presented in 1970 an implicit and respectful message to the Nursing Profession when introducing Nursing and Anthropology. Two Worlds to Blend. Implicitly: Nursing ...