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Madeleine M. Leininger

 

 

Madeleine M. Leininger

PhD, LHD, DS, CTN, RN, FAAN, FRCNA

Madeline Leininger was a pioneer nurse anthropologist. Appointed dean of the University of Washington, School of Nursing in 1969, she remained in that position until 1974. Her appointment followed a trip to New Guinea in the 1960’s that opened her eyes to the need for nurses to understand their patients’ culture and background in order to provide care. She is considered by some to be the "Margaret Mead of nursing" and is recognized worldwide as the founder of transcultural nursing, a program that she created at the School in 1974. She has written or edited 27 books and founded the Journal of Transcultural Nursing to support the research of the Transcultural Nursing Society, which she started in 1974.
Dr. Leininger's web pages now reside on a discussion board. Dr. Leininger has provided downloads and answers to many common questions. Board users are encouraged to post questions to her discussion board about transcultural nursing, her theory, and her research. Dr. Leininger enjoys helping students and she responds to questions as her time permits. Board users are also encouraged to respond to each other.
Dr. Leininger has provided the following materials that can be downloaded on the discussion board: Sunrise Enabler (Sunrise Model), Information Pack about Dr. Leininger, Information on Dr. Leininger's 2005 Breakthrough Awards and Scholarships, Open Letter to Nurses with Contact Information.


Available Publications

 



 
Culture Care Diversity and Universality: A Theory of Nursing
A definitive source on the Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality. Explains the theory's philosophical base, tenets, purpose, and goal, and presents the ethnonursing qualitative research method. Seven classic research studies are presented to demonstrate the use of the theory and methodology in achieving culturally congruent nursing care. Tables depict research findings on the cultural values of 23 different cultures. Leininger is professor emeritus of nursing and founder of the Transcultural Nursing and Human Care Research. This is a re-release of a book previously published in 1991 by the National League for Nursing, ISBN 0-88737-519-7.Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Paperback: 432 pages
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers; 1st edition (May 15, 2001)
ISBN: 0763718254
 


 
Reference sources for transcultural health & nursing for teaching, curriculum, research, and clinical-field practice
Paperback: 146 pages
Publisher: Slack (1984)
ISBN: 0913590932
 


 
Health care issues (Health care dimensions, fall 1974)
Unknown Binding: 163 pages
Publisher: F. A. Davis Co (1974)
ISBN: 0803655258
 


 
Barriers and facilitators to quality health care (Health care dimensions ; spring 1975)
Unknown Binding: 125 pages
Publisher: F. A. Davis Co (1975)
ISBN: 0803655266
 


 
Basic psychiatric concepts in nursing
Unknown Binding
ASIN: B00005VI8C
 


 
Care: Discovery and Uses in Clinical and Community Nursing (Human Care and Health Series)
Paperback
Publisher: Wayne State University Press (February 1, 1989)
ISBN: 0814319971
 


 
Caring: The Compassionate Healer
Hardcover: 189 pages
Publisher: Natl League for Nursing (February 1, 1991)
ISBN: 0887375189
 


 
Qualitative research methods in Nursing
Mass Market Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Greyden Pr; 1 edition
ISBN: 1570744327
 


 
Madeleine Leininger : Cultural Care Diversity and Universality Theory (Notes on Nursing Theories)
Leininger's theory defines care as the essence and dominant domain of nursing, and is unique in suggesting that patient need and the resulting intervention should be determined by culture and lifestyle. This book presents a brief biography of the theorist as well as an extensive overview of the theory, including examples of its practical applications.
Paperback: 56 pages
Publisher: SAGE Publications (October 15, 1993)
ISBN: 0803950985
 
     

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