Adressing hidden dimension in nursing education: Cultural competence training for continuous program quality improvement
The authors describe a cultural competence quality enhancement process to address the retention challenge of students who speak English as second language and international students as part of a school of nursing's continuous program quality improvement to achieve excellence. The process, strategies, outcomes, and evaluation of the training program are detailed within the given geographical, institutional, and curriculum context. Lessons and continuing challenges are also specified.
Cultural competence; English language — Study and teaching — Foreign speakers; Nursing – Study and teaching; Nursing school dropouts; Nursing students
Education | Nursing | Nursing Administration | Other Nursing
Carter, K. F.
Adressing hidden dimension in nursing education: Cultural competence training for continuous program quality improvement.
Nurse Educator, 32(4),