Assignment: American Indian Women
Assignment: American Indian Women
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Part 1 – Initial Post – Read the article posted in the reading section. Read sections in your text for Leininger and any other sources for information on the theorist. Please make sure that you read about the sunrise model and discuss this in your post.
Choose a cultural group that you are interested in e.g. American Indian women, Cuban exiles, Mormons etc.
As the public health nurse, how would you incorporate Leininger’s culture care theory in your practice? Please be specific; must be relevant to the culture that you selected (get and cite information on this culture). Answer the following questions with relevant headings.
1. Give a very brief description of one health care practice of your choice of cultural group. Remember that a health care practice is different from a health care belief.
2. How would Leininger view this culture practice OF THE CHOSEN GROUP.
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