|Dimensions of Cultural Competence: Nurse-Client Perspectives
||Cultural competence at the provider-client level has been suggested as a strategy to address health disparities. This study, using The Model of Culturally Congruent Care as a framework, examined cultural competence from the perspectives of nurses who...
|Older men's experience of informal caregiving
||Providing care to a family member or friend is a new societal role for older men and their informal caregiving experiences are not well understood. Although the majority of participants in caregiving studies have been female, 30-40% of informal careg...
|Self-care expressions, patterns, and practices of Latinos/Hispanics for the management of Type 2 diabetes
||The purpose of this cross-sectional, correlational study was to explore the use of traditional, complementary, and alternative (TCA) self-care expressions, patterns, and practices of Latinos/Hispanics for the management of type 2 diabetes. The target...
|Foreign-born Mexican women's utilization, adherence and understanding of preventive health screening recommendations
||The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to explore factors related to foreign-born Mexican women's understanding, utilization and adherence to preventive health screening recommendations using the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior (IM...
|Older women’s health outcomes during retirement
||The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to examine selected health outcomes in women aged 55 years and older during retirement and to determine whether a relationship exists between women’s health outcomes and aspects of retirement, including s...