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Enhancing undergraduate nursing curricula to cultivate person-centred care for culturally and linguistically diverse older people

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With an ageing global community and widening socio-cultural diversity, nurse educators are increasingly challenged to align responsive undergraduate nursing curricula to rapidly changing healthcare environments. In future-proofing nurse education, educators need to collectively examine ways of interconnecting and developing gerontological and cultural competence within undergraduate curricula. However, there is limited guidance as to how this can be achieved in already compacted curricula. We suggest that this could be achieved by critically examining undergraduate curricula to make explicit how they can be adapted to educate nurses in the provision of culturally competent person-centred care. This approach could help nurse educators adapt student nurse preparation to meet the needs of culturally diverse older people and their families.

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Nurse Education in Practice;50, 102936

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Elsevier

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peer-reviewed

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English

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