THE XSKILLS UNIVERSITY OF CULTURE TRAINING MUNICH
Presents a Training
Cultural dimension of international Skills in Nursing
Cultural dimension of international Skills in Nursing and Standards of Practice for Culturally Competent Nursing Care
The course is carried out by the standards of the American Academy of Nursing, along with members of the Transcultural Nursing Society.
TRAINING COURSE TOPICS AND CONTENTS
Due to internationalizing of clinics and nursing homes interactions arise between the humans which can impede the cooperation or the friction-free procedure that causes significant additional charges. These cybernetic interactions that emerge with international context are called feedback. Further new arising and absolutely controllable actions emerge in the area of the culture of the clients itself, in the framework, in the culture of responsibility of the facility, in the styles of managing, in the logistics and in many more departments of a nursing home facility.
The areas of an international orientation in a nursing home facility are to differentiate in three fields of action:
This seminar is set only for one goal. In the end the candidate has to deal with a foreign culture maybe even in a new country to him. They have to know not only how to understand and care for a client but also how to build up some resonance or lead to some cooperation.
Hereby they will have to learn to keep an eye specifically on the comprehensive effects of cultures.
What they have learned will eventually decide over a success with executing the measures with international guests. What are the contents of this seminar:
We will provide you with the following material:
An extensive script, printouts, a list of links to click directly to sources, some checklists as well as instructions and addresses. Simply bring an USB-stick.
STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR CULTURALLY COMPETENT NURSING CARE
A team of the Expert Panel for Global Nursing and Health of the American Academy of Nursing has together with the Transcultural Nursing Society developed a standard for cultural competence in nursing practice. It was necessary to set up a common framework to equip the nurses around the world with a universal tool. That means to assure a reliable standard of culture in each field of clinical practice, research, education and administration and especially with nurses who are directly involved with patient care.
For each standard a definition, supporting rationale and numerous suggestions for implementation are provided. A glossary of terms is included. All the standards based on the concepts of social justice and human rights are pre-defined by the United Nations and the International Council of Nurses. These concepts are manifested at a system or governmental level by political, economic and social policies that exhibit impartiality and objectivity.
Meanwhile the standard has been translated in 50 international documents and is basis for the training in culture dimensions for all participants of the courses. The course pertains worldwide for the cultural competence by nursing and health care organizations.
All contents of standards and training are acknowledged worldwide and can be globally applied.
|Pattern||Training, Tuition, Teamwork. The norm seminar involves 21 days of tuition. Each day consists of 4 teaching units of each 45 minutes.|
|Duration||The days are split over a period of 3 months to give enough time for homework and teamwork.|
|Dates||Course A Sept. regulary- registration of participants open
Course B Feb. – registration of participants open
Course C June – registration of participants open
|Candidate is allowed to join the course at any date|