Perception of nursing care by Embera Indigenous people.

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Title Perception of nursing care by Embera Indigenous people.
Percepción del cuidado de enfermería por indígenas Embera.
 
Creator Orozco Castillo, Liliana
López Díaz, Lucero
 
Subject Cultural competence
nurse
public health
population groups
Competencia cultural
Enfermera
Salud pública
Grupos poblacionales
 
Description Objective: Interpret the perception of the Indigenous Embera Chami towards cultural competence of public health nurses. Materials and methods: Interpretative ethnography with participant observation and ethnographic interviews. Seven general collaborators and eleven Emebra Indigenous care recipients participated. The analysis adopted the Leininger proposal supported by Atlas ti and Excel. Two categories  emerged, each one supported with two subcategories. Results: Observing satisfied and compromised  Indigenous Embera with the nurse and with the institution providing intercultural health care, allowed a positive reception regarding care received by the nurse, always in conjunction with the intercultural policy and the Indigenous knowledge in a manner that it is recognized and considered. Conclusions: Embera Indigenous feel satisfied and compromised when putting in practice the recommendations offered by the nurse, especially when the professional care performed is culturally competent, always considering their  context. Although the aspects in which culturally competent care can influence in a positive manner in the health of the Embera indigenous, aspects relating to a balanced diet are difficult to accomplish in this population group. Key words: Cultural competence, nurse, public health, population groups.
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Objetivo: Interpretar a percepção dos indígenas Embera Chami frente à competência cultural do enfermeiro de saúde pública. Metodologia: Etnografia interpretativa com observação participante e entrevistas etnográficas. Sete colaboradores gerais e onze beneficiários de cuidados indígenas participaram. A análise seguiu a proposta de Leininger com o apoio do Atlas ti e do Excel. Duas categorias emergiram, cada uma apoiada com duas subcategorias. Resultados: Os indígenas, satisfeitos e comprometidos com o enfermeiro ea Instituição prestadora de serviços interculturais de saúde, mostram uma percepção positiva do cuidado recebido da enfermeira e da política intercultural onde o conhecimento dos indígenas é reconhecido e considerado. Conclusão: Os indígenas sentem satisfação e compromisso em traduzir as recomendações oferecidas pelo enfermeiro, principalmente quando o cuidado do profissional é feito de forma culturalmente competente, envolvendo o contexto dos indígenas. Apesar dos aspectos com os quais o cuidado culturalmente competente pode influenciar positivamente a saúde dos povos indígenas, questões relacionadas à dieta balanceadasão difíceis de serem encontradas para esse grupo populacional 
Palavras-chave: Competência cultural, enfermeira, saúde pública, grupos populacionais
Objetivo: Interpretar  la percepción del indígena Embera Chami frente a la competencia cultural de la enfermera de salud pública. Materiales y métodos: Etnografía interpretativa con observación participante y entrevistas etnografícas. Participaron siete colaboradores generales y once indígenas receptores de cuidado. El análisis siguió la propuesta de Leininger con apoyo del Atlas ti y Excel. Emergieron dos categorías cada una sustentada con dos subcategorías. Resultados: Los Indígenas satisfechos y comprometidos con la enfermera y con la Institución prestadora de servicios de salud  intercultural, denota percepción positiva del cuidado recibido de la enfermera y con la política intercultural donde es reconocido y considerado el saber del indígena. Conclusión: Los indígenas sienten satisfacción y compromiso de plasmar las recomendaciones ofrecidas por la enfermera, especialmente cuando el cuidado de la profesional se realiza de manera culturalmente competente involucrando el contexto de los indígenas. Pese a los aspectos con los que el cuidado culturalmente competente puede influir de manera positiva en la salud de los indígenas, los asuntos relacionados con la alimentación balanceada son difíciles de cumplir para este grupo poblacional.
Perception of nursing care by Embera Indigenous people.
Abstract
Objective: Interpret the perception of the Indigenous Embera Chami towards cultural competence of public health nurses. Materials and methods: Interpretative ethnography with participant observation and ethnographic interviews. Seven general collaborators and eleven Emebra Indigenous care recipients participated. The analysis adopted the Leininger proposal supported by Atlas ti and Excel. Two categories  emerged, each one supported with two subcategories. Results: Observing satisfied and compromised  Indigenous Embera with the nurse and with the institution providing intercultural health care, allowed a positive reception regarding care received by the nurse, always in conjunction with the intercultural policy and the Indigenous knowledge in a manner that it is recognized and considered. Conclusions: Embera Indigenous feel satisfied and compromised when putting in practice the recommendations offered by the nurse, especially when the professional care performed is culturally competent, always considering their  context. Although the aspects in which culturally competent care can influence in a positive manner in the health of the Embera indigenous, aspects relating to a balanced diet are difficult to accomplish in this population group. Key words: Cultural competence, nurse, public health, population groups.
 
Publisher Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander
 
Date 2019-05-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
text/html
 
Identifier https://revistas.ufps.edu.co/index.php/cienciaycuidado/article/view/1609
10.22463/17949831.1609
 
Source Revista Ciencia y Cuidado; Vol 16 No 2: May - August 2019; 72-82
Revista Ciencia y Cuidado; Vol. 16 Núm. 2: Mayo - Agosto 2019; 72-82
2322-7028
1794-9831
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://revistas.ufps.edu.co/index.php/cienciaycuidado/article/view/1609/1504
https://revistas.ufps.edu.co/index.php/cienciaycuidado/article/view/1609/1731
 
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