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By Marilyn H. Oermann PhD RN FAAN, Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD RN

This well timed quantity within the Springer Annual evaluation of Nursing schooling sequence displays the most popular matters and developments igniting nationwide discourse this present day. Written through nurse educators and interested by the perform of educating throughout settings, the yearly evaluate presents educators in affiliate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing courses, employees improvement, and carrying on with schooling with an array of concepts to extend their horizons and increase their instructing. From the teachings nurse educators and scholars discovered in surviving the Gulf coast hurricanes to the influence of international nurses' immigration on American nursing schooling, quantity five offers issues within the leading edge of nursing schooling matters. subject matters incorporated during this quantity: Standardized sufferers in nursing schooling procedure for educating cultural competence dealing with tough pupil occasions demanding situations calling American nurses to imagine and act globally utilizing benchmarking for non-stop caliber development E-portfolios in nursing schooling

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Their feedback is always given in a constructive and thoughtful manner, as SPs are trained to express how they felt using “I” messages the learner can readily understand. ” This feedback is nonjudgmental and based on learner behavior, because the learner needs to understand how they are perceived by their patient. It is important to provide the tools for the SPs to identify objectively the behaviors demonstrated by learners. Although SP feedback may have an element of subjectivity, the key is to stress to the learners that this evaluation can be helpful to their development of competence in the skills addressed in the encounter.

5). Typically CNS students are interested in developing clinical competencies in a clinical specialty and obtaining certification in a clinical specialty; therefore, nurse educators are challenged to invigorate zeal and instill interest among these adult learners ( Jeffreys, 2006). Proponents of adult learning theory attest to the marked influence of educational enterprises, motivation, and commitment in relation to immediate career goals (Brookfield, 1986; Knowles, 1984). Adult learners will be most motivated and interested in learning if immediate benefits to career goals and daily professional responsibilities are clearly evident and learning goals are realistic.

Background Transcultural nursing is “a formal area of humanistic and scientific knowledge and practices focused on holistic culture care (caring) phenomena and competence to assist individuals or groups to maintain or regain their health (or well-being) and to deal with disabilities, dying, A MULTIDIMENSIONAL STRATEGY FOR TEACHING CULTURAL COMPETENCE 27 or other human conditions in culturally congruent and beneficial ways” (Leininger, 2002a, p. 84). Leininger’s theory of cultural care diversity and universality, and her illustrative sunrise model (Leininger, 1991, 1994, 2002a) provide a valuable resource and guide for preparing advanced practice nurses to care for culturally diverse populations.

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