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A cross-cultural nursing practicum program

A cross-cultural nursing practicum program

1. Patient-center and holistic care nursing2. A family-driven coummity nursing3. Nurse role in different specialities and healthcare team4. Being cultural

Request for Collaboration
Overview
A cross-culture nursing practicum is applied by experienced nurse preceptors to demonostrate, illustrate and instruct nursing students to achieve their learning objectives.  Through the live application of nursing knowledge and skills in the clinical and daily nursing works, students learn the cultural difference in views of health and disease, the nursing practice in healthcare systems and hospital-based healthcare service. The practicum specialities cover acute care, emergency care, hospice and palliative care and community health.  The traditional Chinese medicine visting is arranged to experience acupuncture, cupping and guasha. During the practicum period, cultural events and traditional festivals are introduced by sight seeing tours, street foods and Chi Mei Museum visiting at the leisure time.




Features
Caring for the individual and family as a whole--emotionally, spiritually, and physically--is a core value of Nursing Department.  Based on the nursing belief, nurses not only provide professional care to patients and families but alos deliver a holistic nursing to nursing students.  A well-organized learning schedule, supportive facilities, enthusiastic nursing precetors and team works.  Through leisure activities, Taiwan's hospitality and folk culture is another element to flavor this practicum.

More information:
  1. Hsiu-Chin Chen(2016). Total Talent Management for Nurses,  2016 Hospital Management Asia, Vietnam, Research oral presentation.
  2. Ya-Ting Ke & Min-Tao Hsu(2015). An Exploration of Nursing Preceptorship and Functions and Nurses' Intention to Stay from the Perspective of Cultural Differences, Nurse Education Today 35, 597-601.
  3. Hsiu-Chin Chen (2015). Development of A Patient-centered and Workflow-driven Instant Messaging System to Support Team Resource Management, 2015 IHF CHICAGO 39th World Hospital Congress, Research oral presentation.
  4. Ya-Ting Ke (2014). An Exploration of Nursing Preceptorship  and Nurses' Intention to Stay from the Perspective of Cultural Differences,第五屆海峽護理論壇,Research oral presentation.
  5. Nai-Ching Chen(2014). The Research of Using China-Style Leading in Teachers' Clinical Teaching Procedure-the Case of ICU in Tainan,第五屆海峽護理論壇, Research poster.
  6. Hui-Ying Chiang (2014) . The Role of Patient Safety Culture toward Incident Reporting as a Mediator of Nursing Work Environment to the Nurse's Safety Performance in Taiwan,2014 IARMM(3WCCS), Research poster.
  7. Ya-Ting Ke (2014).  A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF PRECEPTORSHIP PROGRAMS ON RETENTION OF NEW NURSES,9th Biennial Joanna Briggs International Colloquium), Research poster.
Collaboration Options
Practicum capacity: 8-12 students
Practicum length: 4 weeks
Practicum Expense: Free
 
  1. Collaboration Options
Ⅰ. Practice Goal: As per Brigham Young University, College of Nursing students practice proposal.
 
Ⅱ. Practice Principles:
 (1)Chi Mei Medical Center provides practice locations all required medical utilities and equipments;
 (2)Chi Mei Medical Center assists Brigham Young University, College of Nursing students for clinical practice;
 (3)Chi Mei Medical Center assists to arrange accommodations for students and instructors during their practice period;
 (4)Chi Mei Medical Center assists to arrange in-hospital medical care for students and instructors during their practice period with discounts as per local nursing students and instructors;
 (5)Brigham Young University, College of Nursing provides Chi Mei Medical Center with name list for practice students and instructors each practicum term beforepractice;
 (6)Brigham Young University, College of Nursing assigns practicum instructor to monitor and contact students for relevant practice issues; 
 (7)Brigham Young University, College of Nursing is in charge of preparing own meals and managing students' principles;
 (8)Practice units and schedules are conducted based on both Chi Mei Medical Center and Brigham Young University, College of Nursing's agreements.
 
2.Objectives
  • Integrate the values of the gospel of Jesus Christ as part of caring.
  • Demonstrate effective critical thinking and communication.
  • Design, provide, and evaluate professional nursing care for individuals, families, and communities.
  • Practice and lead with an understanding of the discipline of nursing at local, national, and global levels.
  • Exemplify lifelong learning.
 3.Evaluation
  • Articulate the impact of diversity within individuals, families, and communities as it affects health care decision-making
  • Articulate an understanding of the impact of political, social, cultural, and environmental issues on global health and health care systems
  • Demonstrate the ability to both access and discuss information about global health statistics and trends as well as goal and program information for local, national, and international governmental and non-governmental health organizations
  • Demonstrate familiarity with the impact of culture on health seeking behaviors in at least one culture different from your own.
  • Provide health care that is culturally competent and sensitive to the needs of patients, families, and communities, with particular emphasis on the needs of diverse populations.


Procedure:

1.Preparation:
  • Request and submit the practicum plan
  • Sign Contract
  • Confirm the practicum schedule
  • Arrange preceptors, practicum units and complete miscellaneous administration
  • Welcome party
2.Working stage
  • Reception
  • Visting traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Community healthcare nursing
  • Intensive care unit
  • Emergency Nursing
  • Hospice care
  • Cultural event participation
3.Post stage
  • Evaluation
  • Farewell party
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