Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare Volume 6 , Number 1 ( 2016 ) Cultural Practices of Pakistani Immigrant Women During Pregnancy and Childbirth

@inproceedings{Qureshi2016CulturalCI,
  title={Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare Volume 6 , Number 1 ( 2016 ) Cultural Practices of Pakistani Immigrant Women During Pregnancy and Childbirth},
  author={Rubab I Qureshi and Dula F. Pacquiao and Elaine K. Diegmann},
  year={2016}
}
Culturally competent care is the cornerstone of culturally responsive and effective healthcare practice. As early as the 1950s, Madeleine Leininger identified the need for culturally congruent care in order to provide supportive, beneficial and meaningful care. Beneficial, healthy and satisfying culturally-based nursing care enhances the well-being of clients which can only Online Journal of Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare 

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