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Intercultural communication in nursing education: when Asian students and American faculty converge.
In the context of globalization and changing American demographics, it is becoming increasingly important to understand and communicate effectively with people from diverse cultural and racial/ethnicExpand
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Conflict Management Styles of Asian and Asian American Nurses: Implications for the Nurse Manager
Foreign nurses and American nurses who are culturally diverse make up an increasing number of the US nursing workforce. Of foreign nurses, Asians constitute the largest number. Conflict is anExpand
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When women lead.
  • R. Davidhizar
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Today's OR nurse
  • 1 September 1991
In participative management, it is the leader's role to involve employees and to create situations that contribute to positive feelings among employees about work. These techniques are based on theExpand
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Transformational leadership in health care today.
Management in nursing is in a state of revolution based on positive transformational changes. Effective leadership on individual nursing units directly affects nursing staff satisfaction. EmployeesExpand
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Critique of the health-belief model.
  • R. Davidhizar
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of advanced nursing
  • 1 November 1983
Health-related behaviour is an important issue for providers for health care. Understanding and being able to predict and influence health behaviour are all essential if client co-operation andExpand
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The manager as coach.
  • R. Davidhizar
  • Medicine
  • Advancing clinical care : official journal of…
  • 1990
The concept of "coach" is relatively new to nursing literature this term is not uncommon in management. The coaching concept has applications for nursing management. The role of coach, coaching inExpand
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Nursing attitudes and beliefs in pain assessment and management.
AIMS This paper reports a study to determine nurses' attitudes towards pain assessment tools and the relationship of these attitudes to education and experience. BACKGROUND The issue of painExpand
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Using role play to develop cultural competence.
Role play is a useful teaching strategy for nursing education. This strategy can simulate patient behaviors, as well as demonstrate nursing interventions that students must learn to be clinicallyExpand
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Strategies to assist students to be successful the next time around on the NCLEX-RN.
Not passing the NCLEX is traumatic for both the graduate and the nursing program's faculty and dean. The faculty need to look at the program and make some strengthening changes such as higherExpand
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Migrant farm workers and their families : Cultural patterns and delivery of care in the United States
Migrant farm workers and their families represented a critical labour pool in the planting and harvesting of agricultural products in the United States, yet their diminished health status parallelExpand
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