Leininger Madeleine [keywords]
- Caring: some reflections on the impact of the culture care theory by McFarland & Andrews and a conversation with Leininger. [Journal Article]
- Nurs Sci Q 2009 Jul; 22(3):233-9.
This column is the first of two with a special focus on the construct of caring. In this dialogue, two Leininger scholars together address the questions related to the global impact on practice and the contribution of the model to scientific development in nursing. Then, in a special conversation, nurse theorist Madeleine Leininger offers her view of the impact of her work as well as some of her early experiences.
- Transcultural Nursing Society position statement on human rights. [Practice Guideline]
- J Transcult Nurs 2008 Jan; 19(1):5-7.
In 2006, the Transcultural Nursing Society created a business plan with a firm commitment to social change and the support of human rights. One of the primary goals of the plan was to seek recognition from the United Nations as a Human Rights Organization. As a first step in articulating this goal, the board of trustees of TCNS tasked a small group of Transcultural Nursing Scholars to develop a position statement. This article is the culmination of the collaborative task force's efforts to define how TCNS seeks the fulfillment of human rights for people of all cultures worldwide.
- Re: Image of the nurse on the Internet. [Comment, Letter]
- Nurs Outlook 2007 Nov-Dec; 55(6):271.
- Founder's focus: transcultural nursing care makes a big outcome difference. [Case Reports, Journal Article]
- J Transcult Nurs 2003 Apr; 14(2):157.
- Culture care theory: a major contribution to advance transcultural nursing knowledge and practices. [Journal Article]
- J Transcult Nurs 2002 Jul; 13(3):189-92; discussion 200-1.
This article is focused on the major features of the Culture Care Diversity and Universality theory as a central contributing theory to advance transcultural nursing knowledge and to use the findings in teaching, research, practice, and consultation. It remains one of the oldest, most holistic, and most comprehensive theories to generate knowledge of diverse and similar cultures worldwide. The theory has been a powerful means to discover largely unknown knowledge in nursing and the health fields. It provides a new mode to assure culturally competent, safe, and congruent transcultural nursing care. The purpose, goal, assumptive premises, ethnonursing research method, criteria, and some findings are highlighted.
- Madeleine Leininger on transcultural nursing and culturally competent care. Interview by Mary Agnes Seisser. [Interview]
- J Healthc Qual 2002 Mar-Apr; 24(2):18-21.
- Founder's focus: cultural diffusion trends, uses, and abuses in transcultural nursing. [Journal Article]
- J Transcult Nurs 2002 Jan; 13(1):70.