Culturally safe mental healthcare
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Cultural safety holds a great opportunity in transforming culturally appropriate healthcare for Aboriginal Australians (Taylor and Guerin, 2010). However the experiences of non- Aboriginal health professionals in providing culturally safe mental healthcare is not well documented. Therefore it is critical that culturally safe care in this setting is explored.
Reprinted with permission of the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation
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