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Transcultural Nursing: Finding Articles

Transcultural Nursing

Subject terms in the CINAHL and the National Library of Medicine that are useful to include in your search:

  • transcultural nursing
  • cross cultural care
  • cultural diversity
  • cultural sensitivity
  • cultural values
  • attitude-to-health
  • health-behavior
  • health-beliefs
  • ethnological research

Combine appropriate terms with terms for the ethnic group you are interested in.

In addition to the Health databases, the EBSCO Education, Psychology and Sociology databases may have useful information about transcultural and health issues. Since they are not health databases, your search may need to include a phrase such as “health care” or “health beliefs” as one concept. Include search terms for a cultural, religious or ethnic group as a second concept.

Accessing the Journal of Transcultural Nursing Online

The full text of the Journal of Transcultural Nursing is available electronically here.

Access is only available from on-campus.

Follow these steps to finding articles:

  • If you are searching for an article on a specific topic, click inside the Search this journal search box at the top left of the screen
  • If you have the citation to a specific article
    1.  Click on the year and issue number
    2.  Scroll through the list of articles in the issue and click on the link to full-text

Journal of Transcultural Nursing

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Online Journal of Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare

This free online journal "provides a forum for discussion of the issues, trends, theory, research, evidence-based and best practices in the provision of culturally congruent and competent nursing and healthcare."

How to Request an Article

Can't find the full text of an article you need?  

Use our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service to request materials.  Before requesting an article, check the Journal Finder search to make sure the library does not own or have electronic access to the journal you need.  Simply type in the journal title and search!

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