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By Syed Yousaf Shah BSN (BMU), MSN (DUHS)

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  • By Syed Yousaf Shah BSN (BMU), MSN (DUHS)

  • Assessment

    Pattern (formative and summative)Criteria for formative assessment :Attendance class participation quizzes, Assignment and presentation. Internal evaluation 20% Sociology20% Psychology . Total 40%Criteria for Summative :

    End of semester Sociology 80 % Psychology 80% Total 160 % weightage Overall assessment 200 % weightage *SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • TEACHING/LEARNINGSTRATEGIES

    Lecture, tutorial, quiz,Clinical and Self Study

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  • Sociology and Psychology*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

    s.#TopicDate1Introduction to sociology28.01.20142Transcultural Care Concepts Assignment 1 (05%)29.01.20143Special issues in the delivery of Transcultural nursing care4 Gender Sensitization Quiz 1 (10%)5Introduction to psychology.6Research methods 7Neurobiology, and development theories8Consciousness and its altered states9 Memory Assignment 2 (05%)10Thought and Language11 Mental ability12Emotions13Personality & Testing Quiz II (10%)14Abnormal Psychology15Psychiatric disorders introduction16Psychological therapies17 Presentation and submission (10%)18Final Exam 80% Sociology 80% Psychology

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  • Course ExpectationsActive participation in class and final activities.

    Students are expected to participate in all groups presentations either as a presenter or as an audience.

    Completion of all assignments on due dates.

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  • References Sociolgy

    1.Schaefer, R.T. & Re Lamm R,P. (1995). Social institution. In Sociology: International edition (PP. 486 495). New York: McGraw Hill.2. Andrews, M.M. & Boyle, J.S.(Eds.) (1999).Foundation of transcultural nursing care and a developmental approach to transcultural nursing. In Transcultural concept in nursing care (3rd ED.) (PP.3-220) Philadelphia : Lippincott.

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  • References for Psychology1. Atkinson, R.L.Atkinson, R.C.Smith, E.E, Bem, D.J.& nolen Hoeksema.2. S. (1996). Hilgards introduction to psychology (12th Ed. ) Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace & Company.

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  • LEARNING OBJECTIVESIntroductionSocial institutionsConcept of cultureCultural valuesConcept of health & illnessSociological & ethical theoriesMajor health belief paradigmsMajor health belief paradigms*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • The study of human social behavior, especially the study of the origins, organization, institutions, and development of human society.*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • In the social sciences, institutions are the structures and mechanisms of social order and cooperation governing the behavior of a set of individuals within a given human collectivity. Institutions include the family, religion, peer group, economic systems, legal systems, penal systems, language, and the media.Source: boundless *SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • The system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviours, and artifacts that the members of society use to cope with their world and with one another, and that are transmitted from generation to generation through learning .*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • The commonlyheldstandards of what isacceptableorunacceptable, important or unimportant, right or wrong, workable or unworkable, etc., in acommunityorsociety. *SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • According to the World Health Organisation "health is a complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity".Illness is a disease or period of sickness affecting the body or mind.

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  • Ethics, also known asmoral philosophy, is a branch ofphilosophythat involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrongconduct.The term comes from the Greek wordethos, which means "character". Ethics is a complement toAestheticsin the philosophy field ofAxiology. In philosophy, ethics studies the moral behavior in humans, and how one should act.*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • Ethics may be divided into four major areas of study:Meta-ethics, about the theoretical meaning and reference of moral propositions and how theirtruth values(if any) may be determined;Normative ethics, about the practical means of determining a moral course of action;Applied ethics, about how moral outcomes can be achieved in specific situations;Descriptive ethics, also known as comparative ethics, is the study of people's beliefs about morality;

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  • The health belief model proposes that a person's health-related behavior depends on the person's perception of four critical areas:The severity of a potential illness,The person's susceptibility to that illness,The benefits of taking a preventive action, andThe barriers to taking that action.

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  • An official definition of "indigenous" has not been adopted by the UN system due to the diversity of the worlds indigenous peoples. Instead, a modern and inclusive understanding of "indigenous" has been developed and includes peoples who:Identify themselves and are recognized and accepted by their community as indigenous.Demonstrate historical continuity with pre-colonial and/or pre-settler societies.Have strong links to territories and surrounding natural resources.Have distinct social, economic or political systems.Maintain distinct languages, cultures and beliefs.

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  • "Indigenous peoples remain on the margins of society: they are poorer, less educated, die at a younger age, are much more likely to commit suicide, and are generally in worse health than the rest of the population".(Source: The Indigenous World 2006, International Working Group on Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA), ECOSOC Consultative Status, p10)*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • The term Transcultural Nursing is used today to refer to the evolving knowledge and practices related to this new field of study and practice.Leininger stresses the importance of knowledge gained from direct experience or directly from those who have experienced and labels such knowledge as emic or people-centered. This is in contrast with etic knowledge or professional perspective.

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  • It serves as a conceptual guide or cognitive map to guide nurses in the systematic study of all dimensions of the theory.This map or guide is called the Sunrise Enabler.

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  • Transcultural Nursing Care of Childbearing women and children.

    Cultural beliefs about and values associated with childbearing touch all aspects of social life in any given culture. Such beliefs and values lend perspective to the meaning of childbirth to the childbearing woman. Having the opportunity to share the woman's perceptions of the meaning of childbearing may foster the self-actualization, promote maternal role attainment, and improve her relationship with her significant other and enrich the family perspective. *SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • Nursing interventions across the childbearing year should be culturally sensitive to promote positive outcomes for the woman and her family.

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  • Nurses working in a long-term care institution have strong preferences about limiting a variety of interventions in old age. The greater the degree of physical and cognitive impairment, the more limitations they favor. This suggests the necessity of expanding advance planning to include a discussion of what constitutes appropriate treatment in a broad range of circumstances.*SYED YOUSAF SHAH

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  • ReferencesGeorge, J.B. (2000). Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing prentic Hall.George, J.B. (2001). Nursing theories. Englewood Chieffs , NJ : Pentice-Hall.

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