Transcultural Nursing Models
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Leininger, PhD, LHD, DS, RN, CTN, FRCNA, FAAN
Campinha-Bacote Model of Cultural Competence
Concepts in Nursing Care
Margaret M. Andrews, PhD, RN, CTN, FAAN
Joyceen S. Boyle, PhD, RN, CTN, FAAN
Purnell, PhD, RN, FAAN
Purnell, L., &
Paulanka, B. (2008). Transcultural health care: A culturally competent
approach, 3 ed.
Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.
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& A .M. Brooks, Nursing without boarders: Values, wisdom, and success
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(2007). Men in nursing: An international perspective. In Men in nursing
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Giger and Davidhizar
Newman Giger and Ruth Elaine Davidhizar
in Table 2-2 on the SAMSHA's National Mental Health and Information
Website, "Developing Cultural Competence in Diaster Mental Health
Priniciples and Recommendations."
A complete description of
the model can be found in
Assessment and Intervention.
Jeffreys, Marianne. "Teaching Cultural
Competence in Nursing and Health Care: Inquiry, Action, and Innovation
(2006), New York: Springer. It includes the research-supported "Cultural
Competence and Confidence" model, describing the teaching-learning process
of cultural competence.
Marianne."Nursing Student Retention: Understanding the Process and Making a
Difference" (2004), New York: Springer. It includes the research supported
NURS model (Nursing Undergraduate Retention and Success), that is designed
for use with academically and culturally diverse nursing students.
Publishers website is