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1. Agbedia, C.O., "Transcultural nursing: insight and perspectives," West African Journal of Nursing, 2008 May, 19 (1), 33-8.

2. Aiken, Linda; Buchan, James, et al., "Trends in international nurse migration," Health Affairs, 2004 23 (3), 69-77.

3. Ansuya, "Transcultural nursing: cultural competence in nurses," International Journal of Nursing Education, 2012 4 (1), 5-7.

4. Bauce, Karen; Kridli, Suha Al-Oballi; Fitzpatrick, Joyce J., "Cultural competence and psychological empowerment among acute care nurses" Online Journal of Cultural Competence in Nursing & Healthcare, 2014 April, 4 (2), 27-38.

5. Boykins, A., & Carter, C. "Interpersonal and cross cultural communication for advanced practice registered nurse leaders." Internet Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice, 2012 11(2).

6. Buscemi, C.P., "Acculturation: state of the science in nursing," Journal of Cultural Diversity," 2011 Summer, 18 (2), 39-42.

7. Campinha-Bacote, J., "A model and instrument for addressing cultural competence in health care," Journal of Nursing Education, 1999 May, 38 (5), 203-7.

8. Campinha-Bacote, J., "Culture and diversity issues: A culturally competent model of care for African Americans," Urologic Nursing, 29 (1), 49-54.

9. Campinha-Bacote, J., "Coming to know cultural competence: An evolutionary process," International Journal for Human Caring, 2011 15 (3), 42-48.

10. Cheraghi, M.A.; Payne S.; Salsali, M., "Spiritual aspects of end-of-life care for Muslim patients: experiences from Iran," International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 2005 Sep, 11 (9), 468-74.

11. Collins, C.A.; Decker, S.I.; Esquibel, K.A., "Definitions of health: comparison of Hispanic and African-American elders," Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 2006 12 (1), 14-9.

12. Ekman, S-L.; Emami, A., "Cultural diversity in health care," Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 2007 21 (4), 417-418.

13. Flowers, D. L. "Culturally competent nursing care for American Indian clients in a critical care setting." Cultural Diversity, 2005 25(1), 45-50.

14. Hagman, L.W., "How New Mexico licensed registered nurses gained cultural self-efficacy and their stories," Journal of Cultural Diversity, 2007 14 (4), 183-191.

15. Hicks, D., "Cultural competence and the Hispanic population," MEDSURG Nursing, 2012 12 (5), 314-315.

16. Hoffman, N.A., "The requirements for culturally and linguistically appropriate services in health care," Journal of Nursing Law, 2011 14 (2): 49-57.

17. Horowitz, Sala. "American Indian Health: Integrating Traditional Native Healing Practices and Western Medicine," Alternative and Complementary Therapies, 2012, 18 (1), 24-30.

18. Leininger, M., "The culture concept and its relevance to nursing," The Journal of Nursing Education, 1967 6 (2), 27-37.

19. Lovering, S., "The Cresent of care: A nursing model to guide the care of Arab Muslim patients," Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 2012 9, 171-178.

20. Lowe, J.; Archibald, C., "Cultural diversity: The intention of nursing," Nursing Forum, 2009 44 (1), 11-18.

21. Lowe, J.; Struthers, R., "A conceptual framework of nursing in the Native American culture," Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 2001 33 (3), 279-283.

22. Maier-Lorentz, M. M. "Transcultural nursing: Its importance in nursing practice." Journal of Cultural Diversity, 2008 15(1), 37-43.

23. Medlin, D. L., & Bang, M. "Culture in the classroom." Kappan, 2014 95(4), 64-67.

24. Mixer, S.J., et al., "Preparing a culturally competent nursing workforce," Online Journal of Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare, 2013 3 (4), 1-12.

25. Norton, D., & Marks-Maran, D. (2014). "Developing cultural sensitivity and awareness in nursing overseas." Nursing Standard, 28(44), 39-43.

26. Padela, A.; Gunter, K.; Killawi, A. "Meeting the healthcare needs of American Muslims." Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, June 2011.

27. Paniagua, C. T., Taylor, R. E. "The cultural lens of genomics." Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 2008 13(1); no PDF file available--use the HTML file.

28. Paral, Rob, "Health worker shortages and the potential of immigration policy," Immigration Policy IN FOCUS, 2004 3 (1), 1-16.

29. Purnell, L., "The Purnell model for cultural competence," The Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 2005 11 (2), 7-15.

30. Randolph, L.B., "Brave new world: Taking on travel nurses from another country may seem "foreign" to you, but it can present an ideal solution if you're prepared," Nursing Management, 2004 35 (Supp 1), 4-5.

31. Rybak C; Decker-Fitts A. "Understanding Native American healing practices," Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 2009 22(3), 333-342. 

32. Shanmugasundaram, S.; O'Connor, M.; Sellick, K., "Culturally competent care at the end of life: A Hindu perspective," End of Life Care, 2010 4 (1), 26-31.

33. Sirois, M.L.; Darby, M.; Tolle, S., "Understanding Muslim patients: Cross-cultural dental hygiene care," International Journal of Dental Hygiene, 2013 11, 105-114.

34. Sobralske, M.C., "Community-based strategies to improve the health of Mexican American men," International Journal of Men's Health, 5(2), 2006, 53-71.

35. Vandenberg, H.; Kalischik, R.G., "Conceptualizations of culture and cultural care among undergraduate nursing students: An exploration and critique of cultural education," Journal of Cultural Diversity, 2014, 21 (3), 99-107.

36. Venters, H.; Gany, F., "African immigrant health," Journal of Immigrant Minority Health, 2011 13, 333-344.

37. Vydelingum, V., "Nurses' experiences of caring for South Asian minority ethnic patients in a general hospital in England," Nursing Inquiry, 2006 13 (1), 23-32.

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1. Andrews, M.M., "Global leadership in transcultural practice, education and research," Contemporary Nurse: A Journal for the Australian Nursing Profession, 2008 April, 28 (1-2), 13-6.

2. Crigger, N.J.; Holcomb, L., "Practical strategies for providing culturally sensitive, ethical care in developing nations," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 2007 18 (1), 70-76.

3. Dellenborg, L.; Skott, C.; Jakobsson, E., "Transcultural encounters in a medical ward in Sweden: Experiences of health care practitioners," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 2012 23 (4), 342-350.

4. Duffy, M. E. "A critique of cultural education in nursing.Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2001 36(4), 487-495.

5. Durgahee, T., "Reflective practice: Decoding ethical knowledge," Nursing Ethics, 1997 4 (3), 211-217.   

6. Giger, J.N.; Davidhizar, R., "Transcultural nursing assessment: A method for advancing nursing," International Nursing Review, 1990 37 (1), 199-202.5.

7. Gozum, S.; Tuzcu, A.; Kirca, N., "Validity and reliability of the Turkish version of the nurse cultural competence scale," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 2015, 1-9.

8. Grandbois, D.M.; Sanders, G.F., "Resilience and stereotyping: The experiences of Native American elders," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 2012 23 (4), 389-396.

9. Hanson, J.D., "Understanding prenatal health care for American Indian women in a northern plains tribe," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 2012 23 (1), 29-37.

10. Higgins, P.G.; Learn, C.D., "Health practices of adult Hispanic women," Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1999 29 (5), 1105-12.

11. Hiruy, K.; Mwanri, L., "End-of-life experiences and expectations of Africans in Australia: Cultural implications for palliative and hospice care," Nursing Ethics, 2014 21 (2), 187-197.

12. Hunt, B., "Managing equality and cultural diversity in the health workforce," Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2007 16 (12), 2252-2259.

13. Huston, C.J., "Importing foreign nurses," Professional Issues in Nursing; Challenges and Opportunities," Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2006, 108-124.

14. Juckett, G. "Caring for Latino Patients,American Family Physician, 2013 87 (1), 48-54.

15. Kinsman Dean, R. "Cultural Competence: Nursing in a Multicultural Society," Nursing for Women's Health, Feb/March 2010, 50-60.

16. Knoerl, A.M., "Cultural considerations and the Hispanic cardiac client," Home Healthcare Nurse, 2007 25 (2), 82-88.

17. Luna, L., "Culturally competent health care: A challenge for nurses in Saudi Arabia," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 1998 9 (2), 8-14.

18. McHenry, D.M., "A growing challenge: patient education in a diverse America," Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 2007 23 (2), 82-88.

19. Merriam, S.B.; Kim, Y.S., "Non-western perspectives on learning and knowing," New Directions For Adult and Continuing Education, Fall 2008 119, 71-81.

20. Mixer, S.J., "Use of the culture care theory and ethnonursing method to discover how nursing faculty teach culture care,Contemporary Nurse, 2008 28, 23-36.

21. Murphy, K.; Clark, J.M., "Nurses' experiences of caring for ethnic-minority clients, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1993 18 (3), 442-450.

22. Perng, S-J.; Watson, R., "Construct validation of the Nurse Cultural Competence Scale: A hierarchy of abilities," Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2012 21, 1678-1684.

23. Rassool, G.H. (2015). Cultural competence in nursing Muslim patients," Nursing Times, 111 (14), 12-15.

24. Rodgers, B.L.; Yen, W-J., "Re-thinking nursing science through the understanding of Buddhism,"Nursing Philosophy, 2002 3, 213-221.

25. Smith, C.S.; Hung, L., "The influence of eastern philosophy on elder care by Chinese Americans: Attitudes toward long-term care," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 2012 23 (1), 100-105.

26. Wehbe-Alamah, H., "Bridging generic and professional care practices for Muslim patients through use of Leininger's culture care modes," Contemporary Nurse, 2008 28 (1/2), 83-97.

27. Xu, Yu, "Clinical challenges of Asian nurses in a foreign health care environment," Home Health Care Management and Practice, 2005 17 (6), 492-494.

28. Zoucha, R.D., "The experience of Mexican-Americans receiving professional nursing care: an ethnonursing study," Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 1998 9 (2), 34-44.

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