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A framework for cultural competence in advanced practice psychiatric and mental health education

Jane S Mahoney, Elizabeth Carlson, Joan C Engebretson
Perspectives in Psychiatric Care 2006, 42 (4): 227-37
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TOPIC: Cultural competence in psychiatric advanced practice education.

PURPOSE: To present a framework for educators to use when addressing culturally competent advanced psychiatric nursing practice.

SOURCES: NONPF competencies, published literature, and Web resources.

CONCLUSIONS: Development of cultural competence is an important link to the reduction of mental health disparities. Situating the advanced nursing practice process within a negotiating space allows for incorporation of cultural information into patient care. The framework presented in this paper provides a theoretical and practical approach to orienting students to meeting the elements of cultural competence set out in the NONPF recommendations.

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