Empowerment of Foreign Nurses to Develop Self-efficacy in Culturally Competent Care Delivery
Background: Utilizing an exploratory, sequential, mixed-method approach, data was collected for an evidence-based educational approach to empower nursing staff from diverse cultural backgrounds to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for the successful provision of culturally competent care. Methods: The Transcultural Self-Efficacy Tool (TSET) and the competence and confidence model were used to measure the influence of cultural competence education on transcultural self-efficacy (TSE) perceptions (n = 92). This mixed-methods inquiry utilized focus group inquiry prior to and after utilizing the TSET for the development of education and training. Results: Qualitative and quantitative data were triangulated with the themes and care statements from the qualitative focus group data, which explored relationships between the quantitative data of the TSET domains. Empowerment is demonstrated by the ability to deliver culturally competent care and achieve positive outcomes in clinical practice effectively and confidently. Conclusion: Empowering TSE may be influenced by the planned education and training of professional nurses. Educational outcome research can demonstrate the impact of cultural education and training programs on empowerment and meeting patient needs with culturally competent nursing skills.
Keywords:Culturally Competent Care, Educational Interventions, Transcultural Self-Efficacy, Workforce Diversity
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