However, the increasing cultural diversity increased population, diverse health ailments, and increased modes of spreading diseases offer significant challenges to all healthcare personnel. The importance of healthcare is irreplaceable by any technological advancement because a personal touch is unique. As a result, many students enroll in nursing and clinicians field due to the significance attached to the field. But whether a student in nursing is in the clinical department, is a practitioner or a seasoned nurse, the challenges experienced by the patient population are similar and vary from different ethnic and racial groups. The response of patients to different medical procedures is not exclusive and hence a point of concern for all nurses. Governments, nongovernmental organizations, and individuals have made financial contributions to the field of nursing. Additionally, many research projects and medical studies that are in line with the aim of improving human care services have been undertaken. Many nursing models and theories discuss, explain, and help in administering effective human care in the nursing profession. Among her many contributions to nursing, Dr. Madeleine Leininger's nursing theory is a very fundamental in human care. This paper will analyze the nurse theory, Culture Care: Diversity and Universality Theory of 1985 by Dr. Madeleine Leininger. The paper will justify her choice and describe a specific patient /family experience that I would handle by utilizing the theory. In conclusion, the paper will describe how I would use this theory with my patient experience. Dr. Madeleine Leininger faced the challenge of combining care and culture in defining an effective cultural care model. However, she believed and aimed at providing a culturally congruent care that is fundamental to the well being and health of the patients. From her experience as a nurse and an anthropologist, she observed that we need a blend of cultural knowledge and nursing care to address different cultures and their different ways of caring. The theory originates from the increasing multiculturalism around the world, different methods and conceptions of care and the need to diversify human care. The theory, Culture Care: Diversity and Universality Theory develops from anthropology and nursing principles in 1985. The theory states that all nurses must consider moral values of individuals, families and groups, their cultural beliefs and caring behaviors in according a culturally congruent, effective, and satisfying nursing care (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, n.d ). To understand this nursing theory, Dr. Madeleine Leininger observes that one must understand the four nursing metaparadigms that include the concepts of persons, health, environment, and nursing. The theory encourages nurses to study generic and professional care to get all the necessary concepts of nursing (Leininger, 1989). She argues that the best definition of nursing hails from care or specifically human care, which is essential for human life, survival, and development. She relevantly refers to culture as a collection of beliefs, norms, and values learned and shared life practices that guide our thinking, decision making and course of action. She notes that culture is fundamental to easing or improving a patient’s condition.