By Madeleine Leininger, Abram Omeri
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The Culture Care Theory the Sunrise Enabler (which depicts an inte- provides a holistic means to understand the grated holistic view of the influencing dimen- range of factors that influence nursing faculty 2. In what ways do worldview, culture and social structure and environmental context influence nursing faculty teaching culture care? FIGURE 1: LEININGER’S SUNRISE ENABLER TO DISCOVER CULTURE CARE Source: Copyright M Leininger 2004. Reprinted with permission from Dr Leininger. qxd CN 14/07/2008 12:24 PM Page 32 Sandra J Mixer teaching culture care.
None of the informants had ever had a course in transcultural nursing. Four participants continued to participate in direct client care and three had psychiatric nursing backgrounds. Approval was received from the University of Northern Colorado Institutional Review Board and written consent was obtained from all participants. Data was gathered using unstructured, open-ended interviews, participant observation and extensive field notes. Data were analyzed using Leininger’s four phases of ethnonursing analysis for qualitative data and application of the qualitative criteria of credibility, confirmability, meaning-in-context, recurrent patterning and saturation (Leininger 2006b).
A variety of additional teaching strategies were identified in the literature as effective for teaching culture care. A sampling of the strategies discovered is shared here. Brennan and Schulze (2004) assigned students to analyse one of seven randomly chosen ethnographies using teacher-set criteria that addressed cultural factors. The need to engage students’ affective and cognitive domains of learning through experiential learning was identified by Carpio and Majumdar (1993) as necessary for effective culture care education.