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Aim: This study aim to explore and explain the concept of Cultural logic in nursing while dealing with ADHD in Children of African heritage

Background and Method

ADHD is a psychiatric disorder with significant public health implications because it is common and has significant adverse effects on affected children, and also because it is potentially treatable (National Institutes of Health, 1998). Estimates of prevalence vary by nation, with the greatest rates seen in epidemiological research done in the United States (Essau et al. 1999; Magnusson et al. 1999; Pineda et al. 2001; Schill and Schwab-Stone 2000; Wang et al. 1993). Kleinman’s patient explanatory models (PEMS) was used as theoretical underpinning for the study. This approach was created in the mid-1970s as a way to investigate patients’ knowledge of their disease, to compare physicians’ and patients’ views, and to compare across cultures and ethnic groups (Good, 1986).

Results: Culture logic has an impact on how both patients and nurses perceives health, as well as their views on sickness and its causes. It is essential for nurses to incorporate cultural demands and beliefs into their nursing practice as this will help save lives and reduce wrong diagnoses and mortality. Cultural diversity is the antecedent of cultural logic. Nurses must understand and accept the fact that people are brought us differently and what works for one person might not work for another. As a result, they need to broaden their cultural understanding and perception.

Conclusion: Untangling the antecedents, attributes and outcomes of cultural logic in the medical sector is important to future research efforts. Cultural diversity in the healthcare system throughout the world has emphasized the need for nurses to improve their cultural understanding.

Keywords: concept analysis, nurses, cultural logic

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NURS 8035

Concept Analysis Paper Guidelines & Grading Rubric

(40% of course grade)

Purpose:

The purpose of the concept analysis paper is for you to select a CONCEPT and present a

concept exploration using Walker and Avant’s model of concept analysis – 8 steps (Walker &

Avant, 2018). You should take a careful look at a concept important to your research interests.

Defining the concept and exploring how the concept might be used are essential for advancing

nursing research. Concepts used to advance nursing science or develop theories must have a

shared common meaning within the discipline (nursing), and with other disciplines.

Guidelines:

• Resource: (1) Textbook Strategies for theory construction in nursing (Walker & Avant,

2018; Chapter 10)

(2) Bargagliotti, L. A. (2012). Work engagement in nursing: A concept analysis. Journal

of Advanced Nursing, 68(6), 1414–1428.

• Choose a CONCEPT that you find useful to your current or future research

• The paper should be an in-depth exploration of this concept, and should include review of

the nursing and the interdisciplinary literature on the topic

• Your concept analysis paper must include:

(1) Introduction

(2) Background

(3) Purpose

(4) Method and Data Sources

(5) Results (Identify all uses of the concept; Defining attributes; Identify a model case;

Identify contrary, borderline, and related cases; Identify antecedents and

consequences; Define empirical referents)

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(6) Discussion (Strengths; Limitations; Discuss what work has been done and what work

needs to be done to study this concept)

(7) Conclusion

(8) References: You must include all of the resources cited in your paper. There must be

at least 20 scholarly/scientific resources listed. Websites cited should also be

evidence-based/scientific.

• Concept analysis papers are expected to be 12-15 pages in length and never more

than 20 pages (not including title page, tables, figures, references, and appendix)

• APA format must be adhered to

• A point penalty of 5 points will occur if late.

Grading Rubric (Concept Analysis Paper; 40% of course grade):

Student Name _______________________ Total Points ____________

Evaluation Criteria Poor (0-79)
Satisfactory

(80-89)
Excellent (90-100)

Content (65%)

• All elements of the

paper are addressed

• The information is

technically sound

• Information is based on

careful research

• Coherence of

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C O N C E P T A N A L Y S I S

Work engagement in nursing: a concept analysis

L. Antoinette Bargagliotti

Accepted for publication 17 September 2011

Correspondence to L. Antoinette Bargagliotti:

e-mail: [email protected]

L. Antoinette Bargagliotti DNSc RN FAAN

Professor

University of Memphis Loewenberg

School of Nursing, Memphis, Tennessee,

USA

A N T O I N E T T E B A R G A G L I O T T I L . ( 2 0 1 2 )A N T O I N E T T E B A R G A G L I O T T I L . ( 2 0 1 2 ) Work engagement in nursing: a

concept analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing 68(6), 1414–1428. doi: 10.1111/

j.1365-2648.2011.05859.x

Abstract
Aim. This article is a report of an analysis of the concept of work engagement.

Background. Work engagement is the central issue for 21st century professionals

and specifically for registered nurses. Conceptual clarity about work engagement

gives empirical direction for future research and a theoretical underpinning for the

myriad studies about nurses and their work environment.

Method. Walker and Avant’s method of concept analysis was used. Nursing,

business, psychology and health sciences databases were searched using Science

Direct, CINAHL, OVID, Academic One File, ABI INFORM and PsycINFO for

publications that were: written in English, published between 1990 and 2010, and

described or studied work engagement in any setting with any population.

Results. Work engagement is a positive, fulfilling state of mind about work that is

characterized by vigour, dedication and absorption. Trust (organizationally,

managerially and collegially) and autonomy are the antecedents of work engage-

ment. The outcomes of nurses’ work engagement are higher levels of personal

initiative that are contagious, decreased hospital mortality rates and significantly

higher financial profitability of organizations.

Conclusion. When work engagement is conceptually removed from a transactional

job demands-resources model, the relational antecedents of trust and autonomy

have greater explanatory power for work engagement in nurses. Untangling the

antecedents, attributes and outcomes of work engagement is important to future

research efforts.

Keywords: autonomy, concept analysis, nurses work engagement, trust

Introduction

Work engagement in nursing is becoming strategically

important as three important factors converge: a global

shortage of nurses who are the largest group of healthcare

providers; political resolve to restrain the growth of rising

healthcare costs in industrialized nations; and a medi