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The Resource Advances in Indigenous health care : building capacity through cultural safety in Australia, New Zealand and North America, edited by Eileen Willis, Victoria Smye and Maria Rameka

Advances in Indigenous health care : building capacity through cultural safety in Australia, New Zealand and North America, edited by Eileen Willis, Victoria Smye and Maria Rameka

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Advances in Indigenous health care : building capacity through cultural safety in Australia, New Zealand and North America
Title
Advances in Indigenous health care
Title remainder
building capacity through cultural safety in Australia, New Zealand and North America
Statement of responsibility
edited by Eileen Willis, Victoria Smye and Maria Rameka
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Subject
Language
eng
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Annotation pending
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Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Willis, Eileen
  • Smye, Victoria
  • Rameka, Maria
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Nursing
  • Decolonization
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Advances in Indigenous health care : building capacity through cultural safety in Australia, New Zealand and North America, edited by Eileen Willis, Victoria Smye and Maria Rameka
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Special issue of Contemporary Nurse
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Foreword: The practice and politics of Indigenous health nursing / Denise Wilson -- Introduction: Indigenous health care: advances in nursing practice / Vicki Smye, Maria Rameka and Eileen Willis -- Critical cultural perspectives and health care involving Aboriginal peoples / Annette J. Browne and Colleen Varcoe -- Issues of language across the cultural [and colonial] divide / Eileen Willis, Maria Rameka and Vicki Smye -- Nursing in the Indigenous context: Opinion piece: "It's only a mistake if you make it twice" / Kim O'Donnell -- Decolonisation: a critical step for improvinb Aboriginal health / Tania Edwards and Juanita Sherwood -- Amorphous practice: nursing in a remote Indigenous community of Australia / Jennifer Helen Cramer -- Characterising Maori nursing practice / Victoria Simon -- Indigenous understandings of mental and physical health: Opinion piece: Indigenous values, cultural safety and improving health care: the case of native Hawaiians / Laurie D. McCubbin -- Assessing pain across the cultural gap: Central Australian Indigenous pain assessment / Claire Fenwick -- At what cost to health?: Tlicho women's medical travel for childbirth / Pertice M. Moffitt and Ardene Robinson Vollmann -- Insights on Aboriginal people's views of cancer in Australia / Pam McGrath et al -- The experience of Whanau caring for members disabled from the effects of a cerebro-vascular accident / Andrea Corbett, Karin Francis and Ysanne Chapman -- Nursing partnerships in Indigenous health: Opinion piece Nursing partnerships in Indigenous health / Tzu-I Tsai -- Relationship building for research: the Southern Saskatchewan/urban Aboriginal health coalition / Sandra Bassendowski et al. -- A nursing partnership for better outcomes in Aboriginal mental health, including substance abuse / Charlotte de Crespigny et al -- Meeting the health needs of Indigenous people: how is nursing education meeting the challenge / Sally S. Goold and Kim Usher -- The Yapunyah Project: embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the nursing curriculum / Robyn Nash, Beryl Meiklejohn and Sandy Sacre -- Is it Aboriginal friendly? Using collaborative research to improve health care for Aboriginal women / Janet Kelly -- Epilogue: Nursing, Indigenous peoples and cultural safety: so what?, now what? / Madeleine Dion Strout and Bernice Downey
Control code
000026724717
Extent
344 p.
Isbn
9780975043691
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports
Label
Advances in Indigenous health care : building capacity through cultural safety in Australia, New Zealand and North America, edited by Eileen Willis, Victoria Smye and Maria Rameka
Publication
Note
Special issue of Contemporary Nurse
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Foreword: The practice and politics of Indigenous health nursing / Denise Wilson -- Introduction: Indigenous health care: advances in nursing practice / Vicki Smye, Maria Rameka and Eileen Willis -- Critical cultural perspectives and health care involving Aboriginal peoples / Annette J. Browne and Colleen Varcoe -- Issues of language across the cultural [and colonial] divide / Eileen Willis, Maria Rameka and Vicki Smye -- Nursing in the Indigenous context: Opinion piece: "It's only a mistake if you make it twice" / Kim O'Donnell -- Decolonisation: a critical step for improvinb Aboriginal health / Tania Edwards and Juanita Sherwood -- Amorphous practice: nursing in a remote Indigenous community of Australia / Jennifer Helen Cramer -- Characterising Maori nursing practice / Victoria Simon -- Indigenous understandings of mental and physical health: Opinion piece: Indigenous values, cultural safety and improving health care: the case of native Hawaiians / Laurie D. McCubbin -- Assessing pain across the cultural gap: Central Australian Indigenous pain assessment / Claire Fenwick -- At what cost to health?: Tlicho women's medical travel for childbirth / Pertice M. Moffitt and Ardene Robinson Vollmann -- Insights on Aboriginal people's views of cancer in Australia / Pam McGrath et al -- The experience of Whanau caring for members disabled from the effects of a cerebro-vascular accident / Andrea Corbett, Karin Francis and Ysanne Chapman -- Nursing partnerships in Indigenous health: Opinion piece Nursing partnerships in Indigenous health / Tzu-I Tsai -- Relationship building for research: the Southern Saskatchewan/urban Aboriginal health coalition / Sandra Bassendowski et al. -- A nursing partnership for better outcomes in Aboriginal mental health, including substance abuse / Charlotte de Crespigny et al -- Meeting the health needs of Indigenous people: how is nursing education meeting the challenge / Sally S. Goold and Kim Usher -- The Yapunyah Project: embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the nursing curriculum / Robyn Nash, Beryl Meiklejohn and Sandy Sacre -- Is it Aboriginal friendly? Using collaborative research to improve health care for Aboriginal women / Janet Kelly -- Epilogue: Nursing, Indigenous peoples and cultural safety: so what?, now what? / Madeleine Dion Strout and Bernice Downey
Control code
000026724717
Extent
344 p.
Isbn
9780975043691
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports

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