The Impact of a Cross-Cultural Care Education Program on Cultural Competence of Aged Care Staff
Lily Xiao, PhD; Eileen Willis, PhD, MEd; Ann Harrington, PhD; David Gillham, PhD; Anita De Bellis, PhD -- College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia; Wendy Morey, MN, Wayville, Resthaven Inc. Australia, Adelaide, Australia; Lesley Jeffers, MN, Aged Care Research and Development National Office, Adelaide, Australia
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Cultural and linguistic diversity between residents and staff is significant in aged care homes in Australia. An evidence-based cross-cultural care program co-designed and implemented by aged care homes and a university demonstrated improved staff cultural competence in skill-mixed care settings.
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