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Transcultural approach in nursing by the view of foreigners.
In this thesis, we will deal with problems of transcultural nursing for foreigners who sought medical care in the Czech Republic. Current problems of migration and need of foreigners to go abroad to find better conditions for living. Medical staff will meet with providing the medical care to foreigners in Czech medical facility more often. Much greater emphasis is put on transcultural nursing and its use in Czech medical system. The work is divided in two parts, theoretical and empirical. The first part deals with theory, definition of transcultural nursing, differences in transcultural and multicultural nursing and problems of communication with foreigners when providing the transcultural nursing as well. In the empirical part we will examine experience of foreigners with nursing care, which they were provided with in the Czech Republic. A qualitative research, together with a method of semi-structured interview, were chosen for processing the empirical part. The research cohort consists of 6 foreigners, who met with the medical care in the Czech Republic. The outcomes were processed in 2 categories and 2 subcategories, on the basis of accomplished interviews. The obtained results showed that the foreigners are satisfied with the care provided in the Czech Republic, but they highlight the failings in the field of communication and use of transcultural procedures in practice. Furthermore, we found out, that the medical staff endeavoured to serve the foreigners, who had specific requirements. Unfortunately, they also met with failure and ignorance about their requirements. On the basis of obtained information, we can judge, that the foreigners are satisfied with the care, but they recommend further education in the theory of transcultural nursing to the medical staff.

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