Journal of Nursing

Research Progress on Multicultural Nursing of Religion Believing Patient

Xuejun Liu, Weili Ma, Liping Mo

Abstract


Multicultural nursing refers to the discussion and analysis of nations with different cultures in the world. It focuses on the research of different traditional lifestyles, the cognition to health and disease, and people’s belief and value, and takes advantage of this knowledge for general and different nursing to the people of different nations. In the medical progress, patient with religion belief has different demands on the aspects of diet, custom, privacy and religion activities, etc. This paper summarizes the significance of the implementation of multicultural nursing to patient with religion beliefs and current situation of the development of religion nursing at home and abroad as following.


Keywords


Multicultural nursing; Religion belief; Psychological comforting

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v5i3.34

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