“Does One Size Fit All?” Exploring the Cultural Applicability of NANDA Nursing Diagnoses to Chinese Nursing Practice

Wei Shu Lai, co Shi Chantal Chao, Wan Ping Yang, Hsiao Ching Liu, Ching Huey Chen

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East Asia has historically unique concepts of health and well-being and thus is an appropriate setting for exploring the multicultural applicability of the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association's Nursing Diagnoses (NANDA ND) system. This study aimed to explore how NANDA ND affect the growth and quality of professional nursing from the perspective of Taiwanese nurses. Grounded theory was employed in this interview-based investigation of 53 Taiwan-licensed nursing professionals at various hospitals in Taiwan. Data were analyzed using constant comparative analysis until theoretical saturation was reached. The core concept, Struggling with (the NANDA ND notion that) One Size Fits All, emerged after ongoing analysis of the effects of NANDA ND on good nursing, patient welfare, and professional development. The preliminary theoretical framework developed from this study provides evidence that NANDA ND may be incompatible with the cultural beliefs of the traditional Chinese health care setting in Taiwan, which emphasize holistic harmony and balance.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)43-50
頁數8
期刊Journal of Transcultural Nursing
24
發行號1
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2013 一月

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