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transcultural

(ˌtrænzˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
across all cultures of the world
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Adj.1.transcultural - extending through all human cultures; "a transcultural ideal of freedom embracing all the peoples of the world"
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Roommates for three years, Hinsoy and Luig bonded over lipstick, makeup, milk tea and calligraphy, with Supena becoming a close buddy on their senior year in transcultural nursing class.
Tilghman holds a doctorate in transcultural nursing from the University of Miami.
Roberts students find a transcultural nursing course, which is now taught in Costa Rica, particularly helpful in learning how to communicate across cultures, she said.
Keywords: Blood pressure, Transcultural nursing, Personal space.
In my doctoral program, I got into the literature and recognized the term cultural competence, which really was an evolution from the original term transcultural nursing. As nurses, we are interested in how we deliver good care to people and strive to identify how people define good care.
Cultural care theory: a major contribution to advance transcultural nursing knowledge and practices.
DeAnne Messias, of Columbia, has been selected to receive the 2017 Leininger Transcultural Nursing Award.
Andrea Jimmerson, Indianola--Masters, Transcultural Nursing
At Ramsden's side near the time of her death, Edwards said Ramsden's biggest fear was that cultural safety theory and competencies would be replaced by coloniser models such as American nurse Madeline Leininger's global "transcultural nursing theory" at the Nursing Council and in nursing education "I looked at her and said 'not on my bloody watch'.
approaches of cultural safety, epidemiology and transcultural nursing will help us gain increased understandings of the populations we work with and will be useful in the development of policies and services that are culturally responsive and that recognise others cultural ways.
"Assistive, intelligent robots for older people could relieve pressures in hospitals and care homes as well as improving care delivery at home and promoting independent living for the elderly," Professor Irena Papadopoulos, an expert in transcultural nursing, told BBC.
Journal of Transcultural Nursing: Official Journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society / Transcultural Nursing Society, 19(2), 114-120.