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Review of literature conclusion Teaching culture care in nursing education is critical to ensuring a culturally competent workforce. qxd CN 14/07/2008 12:24 PM Page 30 Sandra J Mixer meaning and use of the terms ‘cultural competence’ and ‘culturally congruent care’. This researcher referred to these terms as they were used by authors in their articles. Overwhelmingly, researchers recommend that formal transcultural nursing be integrated throughout the curriculum (Alpers & Zoucha 1996; Baldonado et al 1998; Hughes & Hood 2007; Ryan, Carlton & Ali 2000; Ryan, Twibell et al 2000; Sargent et al 2005) and that cultural immersion experiences are essential for learning to provide culturally congruent care (Bosworth et al 2006; Caffery et al 2005; Ryan,Twibell et al 2000; Ryan & Twibell 2002; St Clair & McKenry 1999).
This review of literature and pilot study offer nursing educators insight into factors influencing teaching culture care in nursing programs. Findings are useful for nurse educators in university settings as they seek to prepare nursing students to provide meaningful, satisfying and beneficial care for people who are similar to and different from them resulting in nurses prepared to provide culturally congruent care in a multicultural world. Culturally diverse and similar students may be recruited and thrive in nursing programs where teaching culture care is embraced (McFarland et al 2006; Pacquiao 2007).