Prominent publications by Josepha Campinha‐Bacote

KOL Index score: 8386

Several models of service care delivery have emerged to meet the challenges of providing health care to our growing multi-ethnic world. This article will present Campinha-Bacote's model of cultural competence in health care delivery: The Process of Cultural Competence in the Delivery of Healthcare Services. This model views cultural competence as the ongoing process in which the health care provider continuously strives to achieve the ability to effectively work within the cultural ...

Also Ranks for: Cultural Competence |  healthcare services |  health health knowledge |  ongoing process |  service delivery
KOL Index score: 5483

Cultural competence in the delivery of nursing care is an expectation of accreditation and approval boards for nursing in the United States. This study evaluated the effectiveness of four different nursing program curricula in developing culturally competent new graduates. Four methodologically and geographically diverse groups of graduating BSN students in the United States were given the Inventory for Assessing the Process of Cultural Competency Among Healthcare Professionals-Revised ...

Also Ranks for: Cultural Competency |  nursing students |  united states |  iapcc program |  healthcare professionals
KOL Index score: 3500

There has been much discussion in the literature on what constitutes cultural competence training in nursing education and practice. The health profession literature supports a growing consensus that cultural competency curricular content should focus on attitudes, skills and knowledge. However, affective constructs, such as cultural desire, have received little attention in the transcultural health care literature. Some argue that affective constructs such as desire must be 'caught' ...

Also Ranks for: Cultural Desire |  nursing education |  purpose article |  competency curriculum |  practice health
KOL Index score: 3152

A position statement developed by the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN), Appropriate Inclusion of Rehabilitation Nurses Wherever Rehabilitation is Provided, stated that nurses are an essential part of a client's rehabilitation because they provide holistic care and "attend to the full range of human experiences and responses to health and illness" (Association of Rehabilitation Nurses, 1996, p.1). Rehabilitation nurses must become strongly aware of the role that culture plays in ...

Also Ranks for: Cultural Competence |  conceptual model
KOL Index score: 2799

Nursing has received funding to create model programs for the recruitment and retention of minority/disadvantaged nursing students. In examining these programs, the philosophy guiding the mentoring component of these programs is often based on traditional mentoring principles. The purpose of this article was to enhance the mentoring component of recruitment and retention programs for minority/disadvantaged nursing students by proposing a culturally conscious model of mentoring based on ...

Also Ranks for: Baccalaureate Faculty |  cultural competence |  nursing students |  program development |  humans mentors
KOL Index score: 2720

Conducting a culturally sensitive cultural assessment is a critical factor in rendering culturally relevant services to our growing ethnically diverse patient population. The author examines issues affecting the process of conducting culturally sensitive cultural assessments. A review of several cultural assessment tools is presented, along with suggestions for conducting effective cultural assessments.

Also Ranks for: Cultural Competence |  practice humans models |  nursing assessment |  health knowledge |  diverse patient
KOL Index score: 2668
Also Ranks for: Nursing Curricula |  baccalaureate faculty |  cultural competence |  topic health services |  curriculum education
KOL Index score: 2451

Underutilization of community mental health services by minorities has been an ongoing concern in the field of mental health. Many agencies are mainstream and ethnocentric in their services to culturally diverse clients, resulting in color-blind treatment approaches. During the era of civil rights, the concept of difference was used to exclude groups of individuals, families, and communities from access to resources. However, ethnicity does matter and make a difference. This article will ...

Also Ranks for: Mental Health |  substance abuse |  african americans |  models nursing |  culturally competent

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Concepts for whichJosepha Campinha‐Bacotehas direct influence:Cultural competence,  Cultural desire,  Cultural humility,  Psychiatric nursing,  Rehabilitation nursing,  Ethnic psychopharmacology,  Healthcare services,  Conceptual model.

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