What Makes an Intervention Culturally Competent?
Thoughts on Transcultural Nursing and Ebola
“Masses Are Always Breeding Grounds of Psychic Epidemics” (Carl Jung)
Cultural Competence: A Constructivist Definition
Understanding Cultural Competence in a Multicultural Nursing Workforce: Registered Nurses' Experience in Saudi Arabia
Intimate Partner Violence, Depression, and Barriers to Service Utilization in Arab American Women
The Relationship Between Select Demographic Characteristics and Body Mass Index Among Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Caregiving Adults
Japanese Men's Success in Altered Fatherhood Role in a Foreign Country
Barriers and Facilitators to Breast Cancer Screening Among Migrant Women Within Turkey
Risk Factors for Coronary Heart Disease Among Asian Indians Living in Australia
Cross-Cultural Differences and Sexual Risk Behavior of Emerging Adults
A Systematic Review of Barriers and Facilitators to Mammography in Hispanic Women
Challenges in Oral Communication for Internationally Educated Nurses
The Lived Experience of Teaching About Race in Cultural Nursing Education
President's Message: Appreciating, Envisioning, Engaging, and Innovating
The Transcultural Nursing Scholar Legacy