Cultural care needs of Spanish speaking parents with limited English proficiency (LEP)
Jennifer M. Stephen, PhD, RN, CPN
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The purpose of this qualitative, ethnonursing study was to understand values, beliefs, and experiences of Spanish speaking parents with limited English proficiency (SSP-LEP), of Mexican origin, whose children are hospitalized and understand the role of nursing in providing culturally congruent care.
This study was funded by the DAISY Foundation, Health Equity Grant for Research and EBP, Addressing Social Determinants of Health.
The author has written an article on this topic: Stephen, Jennifer M. et al. (2023). Cultural care needs of Spanish speaking parents with limited English proficiency whose children are hospitalized: An ethnonursing study. Journal of Pediatric Nursing: Nursing Care of Children and Families, 69, 62 – 70.
|Review Type||Abstract Review Only: Reviewed by Event Host|
|Research Approach||Qualitative Research|
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|Name||Society of Pediatric Nurses 33rd Annual Conference|
|Host||Society of Pediatric Nurses|
|Location||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA|
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