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Nursing: Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety (CHCDIV002)
Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing and Midwifery Care introduces students to the fundamentals of the healthcare of Indigenous Australians, from the perspective of both the patient and the professional. Aboriginal Elder Ivy Molly Booth gifted the word Yatdjuligin to the authors to use as the title of this textbook.
Binan Goonj : bridging cultures in Aboriginal health by Ann-Katrin Eckermann et al.It has been well documented that the health status of many Aboriginal people remains the poorest in Australia despite many years of research, policies and interventions. The third edition of Binan Goonj: Bridging Cultures in Aboriginal Health 3e explores the processes and practices which have created this situation and looks to provide practical strategies to work towards redressing it.
Call Number: 362.849915 BIN:1
Publication Date: 2010
Health Care and Indigenous Australians by Kerry Taylor; Pauline Thompson GuerinNow in its third edition, this core textbook offers a comprehensive framework for creating a culturally safe environment and enhancing health outcomes for Indigenous Australians. Through case studies, discussions, reflections and critiques of health issues in Australia today, Health Care and Indigenous Australians offers a starting point for learning about cultural safety in an Indigenous health context, and is essential for students, academics and practitioners alike.
Indigenous Australians and Health assists the student reader, through simple and practical strategies, to appreciate and understand the importance of 'Getting it right', when working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians in urban and remote areas.
A peer reviewed academic journal publishing articles in all fields of Australian Indigenous Studies. In publication since 1998, it is published twice yearly by the Moondani Toombadool Centre at Swinburne University of Technology.