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Cultural Aspects of International Nursing

Selected and compiled by Jacquelyn Coughlan, M.S., M.L.S.



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Abriam-Yago, K., Yoder, M., & Kataoka-Yahiro, M. (1999). The Cummins model: A framework for teaching nursing students for whom English is a second language. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 10(2), 143-149.
 
Abu-Saad H. & Kayser-Jones, J. (1982). Middle Eastern nursing students in the United States. Journal of Nursing Education, 21(7), 22-25.
 
Abu-Saad, H., & Kayser-Jones, J. (1981). Foreign nursing students in the USA: Problems in their educational experiences. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 6(5), 397-403.
 
Abu-Saad, H., & Kayser-Jones, J. (1982). Applicability of nursing school programs in meeting foreign students' needs and expectations. Journal of Nursing Education, 21(7), 4-10.
 
Abu-Saad, H., Kayser-Jones, J., & Tien, J. (1982). Asian nursing students in the United States. Journal of Nursing Education, 21(7), 11-15.
 
Adomat, R. (1994). Innocents abroad? Nursing Times, 90(41), 70-73.
 
Ahmed, A.M., Kheir, M.M., Abdel Rahman, A., Ahmed, N.H., & Abdalla, M.E. (2001). Attitudes towards euthanasia and assisted suicide among Sudanese doctors. East Mediterranean Health Journal, 7(3), 551-555.
 
Aiken, L.H., Buchan, J., Sochalski, J., Nichols, B., & Powell, M. (2004). Trends in international nurse migration: The world's wealthy countries must be aware of how the "pull" of nurses from developing countries affects global health. Health Affairs, 23(3), 69-77.
 
Aiken, L.H., Clarke, S.P. Sloane, D.M., Sochalski, J.A., Busse, R., Clarke, H., et al. (2001). Nurses' report on hospital care in five countries. Health Affairs, 20(3), 43-53.
 
Al-Abdulwahab, S.S. & Al-Gain, S.I. (2003). Attitudes of Saudi Arabian health care professionals towards people with physical disabilities. Asian Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, 14(1), 63-70.
 
Alexeev, V. (1999). Thinking in the old way and trying to live in the new. Journal of Management in Medicine, 13(4-5), 339-345.
 
Alto, W.A. (1998). Emergency health services in rural Vietnam. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 16(4), 422-424.
 
Anders, R.L. & Kanai-Pak, M. (1992). Karoshi: Death from overwork... a nursing problem in Japan? Nursing & Health Care, 13(4), 186-191.
 
Andrews, M.M. (1988). Educational preparation for international nursing. Journal of Professional Nursing, 4(6), 430-435.
 
Andrews, M.M. (1992). Cultural perspectives on nursing in the 21st century. Journal of Professional Nursing, 8(1), 7-15.
 
Arthur, D., Sohng, K.Y., Noh, C.H., & Kim, S. (1998). The professional self concept of Korean hospital nurses. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 35(3), 155-162.
 
Atkinson, S. (2002). Political cultures, health systems and health policy. Social Science and Medicine, 55(1), 113-124.
 
Austin, J.K., Champion, V.L., & Tzeng, O.C.S. (1985). Crosscultural comparison on nursing image. Journal of International Nursing Studies, 22(3), 231-239.
 
Baj, P. (1995). Integrating the Russian emigre nurse. Journal of Nursing Administration, 25(3), 43-47.
 
Bastien, J.W. (1990). Community health workers in Bolivia: Adapting to traditional roles in the Andean community. Social Science and Medicine, 30(3), 281-287.
 
Baumann, L.C., Blobner, D., Binh, T., & Lan, P.T. (2006). A training program for diabetes care in Vietnam. Diabetes Educator, 32(2), 189-194.
 
Beeman, P. (1991). Nursing education, practice and professional identity: A transcultural course in England. Journal of Nursing Education, 30(2), 63-67.
 
Belcher, D. (2005). Profiles. A long way from home: Two American RNs begin humanitarian work in Sudan. American Journal of Nursing, 105(1), 110-111.
 
Bensoussan, A., Myers, S.P., & Carlton, A.L. (2000). Risk associated with the practice of traditional Chinese medicine: An Australian study. Archives of Family Medicine, 9(10), 1071-1078.
 
Bentley, C. (1989). Primary health care in Northwestern Somalia: A case study. Social Science and Medicine, 28(10), 1019-1030.
 
Bihari-Axelsson, S. & Axelsson, R. (2002). The role and effects of sanatoriums and health resorts in the Russian Federation. Health Policy, 59(1), 25-36.
 
Bjerneld, M., Lindmark, G., Diskett, P., & Garrett, M.J. (2004). Perceptions of work in humanitarian assistance: Interviews with returning Swedish health professionals. Disaster Management & Response, 2(4), 101-108.
 
Bloom, G. (1998). Primary health care meets the market in China and Vietnam. Health Policy, 44(3), 233-252.
 
Bola, T.V., Driggers, K., Dunlap, C., & Ebersole, M. (2003). Foreign-educated nurses: Stranger in a strange land? Nursing Management, 34(7), 39.
 
Bond, M.L. & Jones, M.E. (1994). Short-term cultural immersion in Mexico. Nursing and Health Care, 15(5), 248-253.
 
Bortolotti, D. (2004). Hope in hell: Inside the world of Doctors Without Borders. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books.
 
Bosworth, T.L. (2006). International partnerships to promote quality care: Faculty groundwork, student projects, and outcomes. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 37(1), 32-38.
 
Brady, H. & Arabi Y. (2005). The challenge of a multicultural environment for critical care nursing in Saudi Arabia. Middle East Journal of Anesthesiology, 18(3), 541-550.
 
Brathwaite, D. (2002). Mentoring relationships while conducting international research. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 8(1), 36-41.
 
Brink, P.J. (1990). Taking a student into the field. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 12(1), 7-8.
 
Bronner, M. (1982). Bridges of barriers to success: The nature of international student experiences in nursing. Journal of Nursing Education, 21(7), 38-41.
 
Brush, B.L., Sochalski, J., & Berger, A.M. (2004). Imported care: Recruiting foreign nurses to U. S. health care facilities. Health Affairs, 23(3), 78-87.
 
Brykezynska, G. (1992). Nurse education in Poland. Senior Nurse, 12(1), 21-24.
 
Burnard, P. & Naiyapatana, W. (2004). Culture and communication in Thai nursing: A report of an ethnographic study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 41(7), 755-765.
 
Burnard, P. (1994). Planning international nursing courses. Nursing Standard, 8(16), 24-25.
 
Burnett, A. (2002). Guide to health workers providing care for asylum seekers and refugees. (32 pages). Medical Foundation Series. Retrieved link on November 26, 2008 from http://www.mentalhealth.harpweb.org/content.php?section=rights&content=a
 
Button, L., Green, B., Tengnah, C., Johansson, I., & Baker, C. (2005). The impact of international placements on nurses' personal and professional lives: Literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 50(3), 315-324.
 
Byrne, M.W. (1998). Productive international faculty exchange: One Columbia University to Gothenburg University example. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 27(6), 1296-1304.
 
Caffrey, R.A., Neander, W., Markle, D., & Stewart, B. (2005). Improving the cultural competence of nursing students: Results of integrating cultural content in the curriculum and an international immersion experience. Journal of Nursing Education, 44(5), 234-242.
 
Callister, L.C. & Cox, A.H. (2006). Opening our hearts and minds: The meaning of international clinical nursing electives in the personal and professional lives of nurses. Nursing and Health Sciences, 8(2), 95-102.
 
Carlson, J. & Widaman, K. (1988). The effects of study abroad during college on attitudes toward other cultures. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 12, 1-17.
 
Carty, R. & White, J. (1996). Strategic planning for international nursing education. Nursing Outlook, 44(2), 89-93.
 
Carty, R., Hale, J.F., Carty, G.M., Williams, J., Rigney, D., & Principato, J.J. (1998). Teaching international nursing students: Challenges and strategies. Journal of Professional Nursing, 14(1), 34-42.
 
Cecchin, M. (1998). International nurse education: Implications for providers. Contemporary Nurse, 7(4), 190-196.
 
Chalanda, M. (1995). Brokerage in multicultural nursing. International Nursing Review, 42(1), 19-26.
 
Chamarro, L. (1994). Cultural beliefs and values: Implications for graduate nursing education in the Puerto Rican community. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 1(2), 41-42.
 
Chamberlain, M., Fothergill, B.F., Li, L.Y., & Song, J.X. (1995). Cultural differences in Canadian-Chinese nursing. International Nursing Review, 42(5), 143-146.
 
Champion, V., Austin, J., & Tzeng, O.C. (1987). Cross-cultural comparison of images of nurses and physicians. International Nursing Review, 34(2), 43-48.
 
Chang, W.C., Wong, W.K., & Koh, J.B.K. (2003). Chinese values in Singapore: Traditional and modern. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 6(1), 5-29.
 
Chen, Y. (2001). Chinese values, health and nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 36(2), 270-273.
 
Chenowethm, L., Jeon, Y.-H., Goff, M., & Burke, C. (2006). Cultural competency and nursing care: An Australian perspective. International Nursing Review, 53(1), 34-40.
 
Chien, W. & Ip, W. (2001). Perceptions of role functions of psychiatric nurse specialists. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 23(5), 536-554.
 
Choi, L.L.S. (2005). Literature review: Issues surrounding education of English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) nursing students. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 16(3), 263-268.
 
Clift, J.M. (1997). Nursing education in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 29(1), 89-93.
 
Cohen, L.J. (1993). Another face of medicine. A report from Russia. Minnesota Medicine, 76(4), 11-15.
 
Colling, J.C. & Liu, Y.C. (1995). International nurses' experiences seeking graduate education in the United States. Journal of Nursing Education, 34(4), 162-166.
 
Collinge, A., Rudell, K., & and Bhui, K. (2002). Quality of life assessment in non-Western cultures. International Review of Psychiatry, 14(3), 212-218.
 
Cooke, M. (1998). Overseas nurses' experiences of working in clinical settings in England and the experiences of their hosts: A phenomenological study. Nursing Times Research, 3(5), 349-360.
 
Cotroneo, M., Grunzweig, W., & Hollingsworth, A. (1986). All real living is meeting: The task of international education in a nursing curriculum. Journal of Nursing Education, 25(9), 384-386.
 
Coulter, A. & Cleary, P.D. (2001). Patients' experiences with hospital care in five countries. Health Affairs, 20(3), 244-252.
 
Cranmer, H.H. (2005). The public health emergency in Indonesia-- one patient at a time. New England Journal of Medicine, 352(10), 965.
 
Currier, P.A. (2002). An Azorean-American nursing accord of cooperation and exchange: Nurturing the process. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 7(2), 23-28.
 
D'Cruz, J. & Tham, G. (1992). Nursing and nursing education in a multicultural Australia: A Victoria study of some cultural, curriculum and demographic issues. Melbourne: David Lovell.
 
Dal, U. & Kitis, Y. (2008). The historical development and current status of nursing in Turkey. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 13(2). Retrieved September 17, 2008, from http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/ANAMarketplace/ANAPeriodicals/OJIN
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Daniel P., Chamberlain, A., & Gordon F.(2001). Professional issues. Expectations and experiences of newly recruited Filipino nurses. British Journal of Nursing, 10(4), 254, 256, 258-265.
 
Danishevski, K., Balabanova, D., Mckee, M., & Atkinson, S. (2006). The fragmentary federation: Experiences with the decentralized health system in Russia. Health Policy and Planning, 21(3), 183-194.
 
Davidhizar, R. & Giger, J.N. (2004). A review of the literature on care of clients in pain who are culturally diverse. International Nursing Review, 51(1), 47-55.
 
Davis, A.J., Gan, L.J., Lin, J.Y., & Olesen, V.L. (1990). The good nurse: Descriptions from the People's Republic of China. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 15(7), 829-834.
 
Davis, A.J., Gan, L.J., Lin, J.Y., & Olesen, V.L. (1992). The young pioneers: First baccalaureate nursing students in the People's Republic of China. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 17(10), 1166-1170.
 
Davis, C. & Maroun, V. (1997). Immigrant nursing personnel: The view from CGFNS. In J. A. Dienemann (Ed.), Cultural diversity in nursing: Issues, strategies, and outcomes (pp. 33-43). Washington, DC: American Academy of Nursing.
 
Davis, C. & Nichols, B. (2002). Foreign-educated nurses and the changing U.S. workforce. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 26(2), 43-51.
 
Davis, C.R. (2003). Helping international nurses adjust. Nursing, 33(6), 86, 88.
 
De Luca, E.K. (1996). Crossing cultures: The lived experience of Jordanian gradaute students in nursing. Doctoral Dissertation: University of Maryland College Park. 361.
 
de Veer, A., den Ouden, D.J., & Francke, A. (2004). Experiences of foreign European nurses in the Netherlands. Health Policy, 68(1), 55-61.
 
Dean, P.J. (2005). Transforming ethnocentricity in nursing: A culturally relevant experience of reciprocal visits between Malta and the Midwest. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 36(4), 163-167.
 
Dennis, L. (1989). Soviet hospital nursing: A model for self-care. Journal of Nursing Education, 28(2), 76-77.
 
Derstine, J.B., Shepard, M.P., Nixon-Cave, K., et al. (2003). An interdisciplinary pediatric rehabilitation project in Vietnam: The Temple team experience. Rehabilitation Nursing, 28(3), 92-95.
 
Desantis, L. (1995). A model for counterparts in international nursing. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 32(2), 198-209.
 
DiCicco-Bloom, B. (2004). The racial and gendered experience of immigrant nurses from Karela, India. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 15(1), 26-33.
 
Doutrich, D. (2001). Experiences of Japanese nurse scholars: Insights for U.S. faculty. Journal of Nursing Education, 40(5), 210-216.
 
Dubois, H.F.W., Padovano, G., & Stew, G. (2006). Improving international nurse training: An American-Italian case study. International Nursing Review, 53(2), 110-116.
 
Duffy, M., Farmer, S., Ravert, P., & Huittnen, L. (2003). Institutional issues in the implementation of an international student exchange program. Journal of Nursing Education, 42(9), 399-405.
 
Duffy, M.E., Harju, L., Huittinen, L., & Trayner, C. (1999). An innovative model for international undergraduate education. Nursing and Health Care Perspective, 20(1), 26-31.
 
Dunn, L. (1997). A literature review of advanced clinical nursing practice in the United States of America. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25(4), 814-819.
 
Edwards, N., Bunn, H., Mei, W.C., & Hui, Z.D. (1999). Building community health nursing in the People's Republic of China: A partnership between schools of nursing in Ottawa, Canada and Tianjin, China. Public Health Nursing, 16(2), 140-145.
 
Ehernfeld, M., Shmueli, M., & Henig, M. (1998). Absorption of nursing students: New immigrants in the general nursing programme in Israel. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 27(1), 171-178.
 
Ehrenfeld, M., & Eckerling, S. (1995). Professional expectations and activities of nurses in Israel. Journal of Nursing Management, 3(4), 177-182.
 
Ensor, T. (1995). Introducing health insurance in Vietnam. Health Policy Plan, 10(2), 154-163.
 
Feng, J.Y., Jezewski, M.A., & Hsu, T.W. (2005). The meaning of child abuse for nurses in Taiwan. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 16(2), 142-149.
 
Fiscella, K. & Frankel, R. (2000). Overcoming cultural barriers: International medical graduates in the United States. JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(13), 1751.
 
Fleming, P.M. (1994). Alcohol treatment services in Russia: A worsening crisis. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 29(4), 357-362.
 
Fleming, P.M. (1996). Drug and alcohol treatment/intervention services in Russia: A western perspective. Substance Use & Misuse, 31(1), 103-114.
 
Fongwa, M.N. (2002). International health care perspectives: The Cameroon example. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 13(4), 325-330.
 
Fooladi, M.M. (2003). Gendered nursing education and practice in Iran. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 14(1), 32-38.
 
Foster, G.M. (1976). Disease etiologies in non-Western medical systems. American Anthropologist, 78(4), 773-782.
 
Frederickson, K., Acuna, V.R., Whetsell, M., & Tallier, P. (2005). Cross-cultural analysis for conceptual understanding: English and Spanish perspectives. Nursing Science Quarterly, 18(4), 286-292.
 
French, P., Anderseon, J., Burnard, P., et al. (1996). International comparison of baccalaureate nursing degrees: Collaboration in qualitative analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23(3), 594-602.
 
Fried, B. & Gaydos, L.M. (2002). World health systems: Challenges and perspectives. Chicago: Health Administration Press.
 
Frisch, N.C. (1990). An international nursing students exchange program: An educational experience that enhanced student cognitive development. Journal of Nursing Education, 29(1), 10-12.
 
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Garfield R. & McCarthy C.F. (2005). Nursing and education in Iraq: Challenges and opportunities. International Nursing, 52(3), 180-185.
 
Garner, B. (1989). Southeast Asian culture and the classroom culture. College Teaching, 37(4), 127-130.
 
Girot, E.A. & Enders, B.C. (2004). International education partnership for practice: Brazil and the United Kingdom. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 46(2), 144-151.
 
Giurgevich, P.L. (1997). A comparison of values between Russian and American nurses and nursing students. Seattle: Seattle Pacific University. (Doctoral dissertation research).
 
Grainger, L. & Mitchell, K. (2003). Occupational health nursing in South Africa: Enhancing international perspectives. AAOHN: The Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, 51(2), 72-78.
 
Granda-Cameron, C. (1999). The experience of having cancer in Latin America. Cancer Nursing, 22(1), 51-57.
 
Graves, M.L. (2003). Lessons learned from valuable international experience. Kentucky Nurse, 51(3), 19-20.
 
Greatrex-White, S. (2008). Uncovering study abroad: Foreignness and its relevance to nurse education and cultural competence. Nurse Education Today, 28(5), 530-538.
 
Griffiths, R., Emrys, E., Lamb, C.F., Eager, S., & Smith, M. (2003). Operation safe haven: The needs of nurses caring for refugees. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 9(3), 183-190.
 
Guhde, J.A. (2003). English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) nursing students: Strategies for building verbal and written language skills. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 10(4), 113-117.
 
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Herberg, P. (2005). Nursing, midwifery, and allied health education programmes in Afghanistan. International Nursing Review, 52(5), 123-133.
 
Herselman, S. (1996). Some problems in health communication in a multicultural setting: A South African experience. Health Communication, 8(2), 153-170.
 
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Hisama, K.K. (1996). Florence Nightingale's influence on the development and professionalization of modern nursing in Japan. Nursing Outlook, 44(6), 284-288.
 
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Holoroyd, E.A., Bond, M.H., & Chan, H.Y. (2002). Perceptions of sex-role stereotypes, self-concept and nursing role ideal in Chinese nursing students. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 37(3), 294-303.
 
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Hsieh, J., Fang, Y., & Chiang, L. (1998). An exploration of the meaning of caring in Taiwan. International Journal for Human Caring, 2(2), 12-22.
 
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Hweidi, I.M. & Al-Hassan, M.A. (2005). Jordanian nurses' attitudes toward older patients in acute care settings. International Nursing Review, 52(3), 225-232.
 
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