Expanding worldview: Australian Nursing Students’ experience of cultural immersion in India
Charles, L., Maltby, H., Abrams, S., Shea, J., Brand, G. and Nicol, P. (2014) Expanding worldview: Australian Nursing Students’ experience of cultural immersion in India. Contemporary Nurse, 48 (1). pp. 67-75.
Increasing cultural diversity and a sense of global community has necessitated the introduction of cultural competence in the education of health care providers. Some institutions have utilized cultural immersion programs to address this need of cultural competence. Studies have not yet described what this experience is for Australian nursing students.
The purpose of this study is to describe the immersion experience of a group of senior Australian nursing students who participated in a five week cultural immersion program in India.
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