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1. Chapter Presentations
Chap 10: Cultural Considerations When Caring for the New Immigrant
Please use this book as reading to create the PowerPoint
Book’s name: Delivering Culturally Competent Nursing Care
Author’s name: Gloria Kersey-Matusiak
2. The purpose of this project is to provide an opportunity to develop an indepth view of a chosen cultural group
The project will strengthen organizational skills and abilities
and enhance the development of culturally sensitive, competent, and caring
Focus on chapter 10 referred above as of cultural group from the text and
focus on the relevant application of transcultural nursing care principles.
The PowerPoint presentation must include a cultural assessment model as
presented in the text/chapter (see index) or another respected model from a
scholarly nursing journal (library search for cultural assessment models).
(I uploaded a file with the nursing scholarly journal, which you can pick
whatever related to chapter 10)
The PowerPoint presentation to the class will highlight the most essential and
valuable information on the topic/chapter.
The presentation must also include an aspect or perspective of the topic that
is not addressed in the chapter
This might highlight unique perspectives of the topic or current/topical
news/discussions. The use of multimedia resources such as power point
slides, videos, charts, music, video clips,
An overview of topic and sub-topics:
In depth discussion of key concepts from the chapter in relation to
transcultural caring professional nursing practice.
Very Important! Tell us something new Present an aspect of the topic not in
the chapter. Your source can be the scholarly journal, web sites, newspapers,
Discussion of associated legal, and ethical concepts, perspectives and/or
Propose several specific recommendations for the larger health care system,
individual institutions, and nursing profession related to improving care
available to this specific population
Present least three thought provoking questions to initiate group discussion of
Include reference to at least ONE scholarly article and ONE
Website / scholarly/professional
Summary and References
APA formatted bibliography of: media used, Internet resources, textbook,
journal articles, music, photos, videos, et
Attribution must be given to any photo, music, media, etc., that is not your
Book’s name: Delivering Culturally Competent Nursing Care
Author’s name: Gloria Kersey-Matusiak, PhD, MSN, RN
Foreword by Dula F. Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN
PART I: BUILDING CULTURAL COMPETENCY SKILLS
1. Defining Cultural Competency
2. Patient-Focused Cultural Assessment Models
3. Why Can’t They Speak Our Language? Working With Culturally Diverse
PART II: STEPPING UP TO CULTURAL COMPETENCY
4. Cultural Considerations When the Patient’s Religious or Spiritual Needs Differ
From One’s Own
5. Cultural Considerations When Caring for Patients With Physical, Psychological,
or Intellectual Disabilities
6. Cultural Considerations When the Patient Speaks a Different Language
7. Cultural Considerations When Caring for the Patient Who Is Terminally Ill
8. Cultural Considerations When Caring for the Geographically
9. Cultural Considerations When Working With Patients With a Sexual
Orientation That Differs From One’s Own
10. Cultural Considerations When Caring for the New Immigrant or Refugee
11. Cultural Considerations When Caring for the Poor and Uninsured
Answers to the NCLEX-Type Questions
Nursing journal references:
**Cultural Assessment Models
AACN Cultural Consideration.pdf
Dating with a Disability
Koenig_An 83 Year Old Woman With Chronic Illness and Strong Religious Beliefs.pdf
ELNEC Spiritual & Cultural Assessment Tools
Sabella_Role of Nurse…Combating Human Trafficking.pdf
Look Beneath the Surface
TED Talk: This Is Human Trafficking and How It Works
Tahara: An ancient Jewish ritual for the dead
Sanders_Compassionately Caring for LGBT
Mc Manus_ Creating a LGBT Friendly Practice
Living as a Man: Fighting Breast Cancer
Transgender Patients Face Challenges at the Hospital
Leland_The Sister of Second Chances
Head_ Transforming Power of Prison Hospice
Busing Family Love to Prison Walls
Prison is a Member of Their Family
A Communal Struggle on the Bus to Rikers
Angola Prison Hospice Film Link
Jerrfeys_ Clinical Nurse Specialists as Culture Brokers
Communication with Veterans or Members of the Military
Hope North Uganda
Liftware for Tremors
When The Patient’s Religious
Needs Differ From One’s Own
Presented by Lauren Renda
Spirituality & Religion As A Nurse
• Spirituality may be defined differently based on
one’s philosophical perspective.
• “Spirituality connotes the way we orient ourselves to
the Divine, the way we make meaning out of our
lives, the recognition of the spirit (breath) within us,
a cultivation of a lifestyle consistent with this
presence, and a perspective to foster purpose,
meaning, and direction to life.” (Spector, 2009, pg. 54)
• Nurses who have an understanding of the different
ways in which spirituality plays will have an
advantage when caring for their patients needs.
Significance of Spirituality
• Dimension of both the persons giving and
receiving care, which ultimately influences
patient’s health outcomes, as well as nurse’s
attitudes about the quality of care they provide.
(Matusiak, 2013, p. 54)
• Patients who are cared for in ways of achieving
serenity, are more capable in accepting situations,
have decreased stress, and health improvements.
• Nurses who are intact with their own spiritual well
being are able to provide better spiritual care for
Religious groups in the United States:
• 76.5% Christians ➔ of that include 39% Protestant,
• 15% secularists, humanists, agnostics, nonbelievers
• 1.3% Judaism
• 0.5% Islam
• 0.5% Buddhism
• 0.4% Hinduism
(Matusiak, 2013, p. 57)
• Must remain open-minded and nonjudgmental
about a patient’s religion.
Spirituality & Religion
• A patient can be spiritual without being religious.
Differences between Spirituality and Religion:
• Religion relies upon doctrines and rules, primarily
external and exclusive.
• Spirituality has no doctrines and is internal and
• Religion is considered a specific system of values and
beliefs and framework for ethical behavior that its
members must follow. (Matusiak, 2013, p. 56)
A. Nurse must initiate conversation with
the patient about spirituality…
• Demonstrate respect of patients spiritual and cultural
• Listens attentively for spiritual cues
• Remain open-minded
• Consult with other health care professionals as needed to
administer appropriate spiritual care
B. Question your patient
• How beliefs are linked to their daily activities
(Matusiak, 2013, p. 56)
• FICA Model
(Dameron, 2005, p. 14-16)
F-Faith or beliefs:
What are your spiritual beliefs? Do you consider yourself spiritual? What
things do you believe in that give meaning to life?
I-Importance and influence:
Is faith/spirituality important to you? How has your illness and/or
hospitalization affected your personal practices /beliefs?
Are you connected with a faith center in the community? Does it provide
support/comfort for you during times of stress? Is there a
person/group/leader who supports/assists you in your spirituality?
What can I do for you? What support/guidance can health care provide to
support your spiritual beliefs/practices?
Recommendations To Health Care
• Evoking forgiveness and compassion
• Providing empathy
• Actively listening to patient
• Giving patient your undivided attention
Recommendations To Health Care
A. Use of meditation and prayer for healing
B. Religious counseling available for patients
C. Educated staff
D. Classes/services for staff to take to become more
educated to fulfill patients needs
☺ Nursing Considerations ☺
• When delivering spiritual care, be careful not to
impose your own spiritual and religious views on
• Not all patients are religious, but everyone is in
need of spiritual care – even those who are
agnostic or nonbelievers.
• Patients who share the same religion may not
have the same religious values.
• Being mindful of your own spiritual well-being in
order to make an effective impact in delivering
spiritual care to patients.
(Matusiak, 2013, p. 59)
Legal & Ethical Concepts
Caring for the patient
• Part of assessment for the patient – must document religion and
• Decision making regarding what is best for the patient’s needs.
• Self-awareness is significant in the promotion of best practice in
spiritual care delivery.
• Importance of communication between the patient and the
providers of care.
• A challenge is helping families deal with the range of medical
specialists assigned to the complicated cases of seriously ill children.
Communication and decision making can take longer, and
sometimes the delivery of care can stall. Pediatric palliative-care
teams can help families work through competing advice and clarify
Staircase Cultural Assessment Model
Dameron, C. (2005, January 30). Spiritual Assessment Made Easy… With Acronyms.
Received February 21, 2015 from http://www.nursingcenter.com/lnc/
The Bravewell Collaboration. (2012, March). Spirituality and Religion in Health Care.
Received February 21, 2015 from from http://www.bravewell.org/
Matusiak, G. (2013). Delivering culturally competent nursing care (p. 56). New York: Springer Pub.
Sagan, C. (2013). The Beginning – The Basics of Spirituality [Online images].
Sadick, B. (2015, February 16). The Challenges of Palliative Care for Children.
Received February 21, 2015 from http://helpfindhappiness.com/
Received February 21, 2015 from http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-
Ludwick, R., Silva, M.C., (2000, August 14). Ethics: Nursing Around the World: Cultural Values and Ethical
Received February 20, 2015 http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/
7. Alquiros, M. (2014, March 5). Spirituality Nursing.
Received February 21, 2015 from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nluw73I_h5s
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