Australian Cultural Safety & Security – Journal Article List

Williams R., (1999). Cultural Safety – What Does It Mean for Our Work Practice? Aust N Z J Public Health. Vol.23(2):213-214

Wilkes T., Houston S., Mooney G., (2002). Cultural Security: Some Cost Estimates from Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service. New Doctor. Vol.77:13-15.

Bin-Sallik M., (2003). Cultural Safety: Let’s Name It! The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. Vol.32:21-28.

Kendall E., Marshall C.A., (2004). Factors That Prevent Equitable Access to Rehabilitation for Aboriginal Australians with Disabilities: The Need for Culturally Safe Rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Psychology. Vol.49(1):5-13.

Tanner L., Agius K., Darbyshire P., (2004). ‘Sometime They Run Away, That’s How Scared They Feel’: The Paediatric Hospitalisation Experiences of Indigenous Families from Remote Areas of Australia. Contemporary Nurse: A Journal for the Australian Nursing Profession. Vol.18(1-2):3-17.

Kruske S., Kildea S., Barclay L., (2006). Cultural Safety and Maternity Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Women and Birth. Vol.19(3):73-77.

Coffin J., (2007). Rising to the Challenge in Aboriginal Health by Creating Cultural Security. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal. Vol.31(3):22.

Johnstone M.-J., Kanitsaki O., (2007a). An Exploration of the Notion and Nature of the Construct of Cultural Safety and Its Applicability to the Australian Health Care Context. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. Vol.18(3):247-256.

Johnstone M.-J., Kanitsaki O., (2007b). Health Care Provider and Consumer Understandings of Cultural Safety and Cultural Competency in Health Care: An Australian Study. Journal of Cultural Diversity. Vol.14(2):96-105.

Belfrage M., (2007). Why “Culturally Safe” Health Care? Medical Journal of Australia. Vol.186(10):537.

Nguyen H.T., (2008). Patient Centred Care – Cultural Safety in Indigenous Health. Australian Family Physician. Vol.37(12):990-994.

Phiri J., Dietsch E., Bonner A., (2010). Cultural Safety and Its Importance for Australian Midwifery Practice. Collegian. Vol.17(3):105-111.

van den Berg R., (2010). Cultural Safety in Health for Aboriginal People: Will It Work in Australia? Med J Aust. Vol.193(3):136-137.

Rigby W., Duffy E., Manners J., Latham H., Lyons L., Crawford L., Eldridge R., (2011). Closing the Gap: Cultural Safety in Indigenous Health Education. Contemp Nurse. Vol.37(1):21-30.

Skellett L., (2012). Cultural Awareness and Cultural Safety. Australian Pharmacist.382-384.

Funston L., (2013). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Worldviews and Cultural Safety Transforming Sexual Assault Service Provision for Children and Young People. Int J Environ Res Public Health. Vol.10(9):3818-3833.

Milroy H.M., (2013). Beyond Cultural Security; Towards Sanctuary. Med J Aust. Vol.199(1):14.

Foley W., Houston A., (2013). Closing the Gap by Increasing Access to Clinical Dietetic Services for Urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Nutrition & Dietetics.

Nelson J., Ryan K., Rotumah D., Bennett-Levy J., Budden W., Stirling J., Wilson S., Beale D., (2014). Aboriginal Practitioners Offer Culturally Safe and Responsive CBT: Response to Commentaries. Australian Psychologist. Vol.49(1):22-27.

Kumar S., Swaminathan N., (2014). When All You Have Is a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail: A South Australian Perspective on Cultural Safety and Engaging the Unengaged. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. Vol.12(1 (Article 3)).

Lenette C., (2014). Teaching Cultural Diversity in First Year Human Services and Social Work: The Impetus for Embedding a Cultural Safety Framework. A Practice Report. International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education. Vol.5(1):117-123.

Truasheim S., (2014). Cultural Safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Adults within Australian Music Therapy Practices. Australian Journal of Music Therapy. Vol.25:135-147.

Wilson A., (2014). Addressing Uncomfortable Issues: Reflexivity as a Tool for Culturally Safe Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. Vol.43(2):218-230.

Molloy L., Grootjans J., (2014). The Ideas of Frantz Fanon and Culturally Safe Practices for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in Australia. Issues Ment Health Nurs. Vol.35(3):207-211.

Gladman J., Ryder C., Walters L.K., (2015). Measuring Organisational-Level Aboriginal Cultural Climate to Tailor Cultural Safety Strategies. Rural and Remote Health. Vol.15(4):3050.

Fenton C., Jones L.K., (2015). Achieving Cultural Safety in Australian Indigenous Maternity Care. International Journal of Health Sciences. Vol.3(1):23-38.

Thackrah R.D., Thompson S.C., Durey A., (2015). Exploring Undergraduate Midwifery Students’ Readiness to Deliver Culturally Secure Care for Pregnant and Birthing Aboriginal Women. BMC Med Educ. Vol.15:77.

Shephard M., O’Brien C., Burgoyne A., Croft J., Garlett T., Barancek K., Halls H., McAteer B., Motta L., Shephard A., (2016). Review of the Cultural Safety of a National Indigenous Point-of-Care Testing Program for Diabetes Management. Aust J Prim Health. Vol.22(4):368-374.

McLennan V., Taylor N., Rachow A., South G., Chapman K., (2016). Creating Culturally Safe Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Indigenous Australians: A Brief Review of the Literature. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling.1-11.

Sjoberg D., McDermott D., (2016). The Deconstruction Exercise: An Assessment Tool for Enhancing Critical Thinking in Cultural Safety Education. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies. Vol.9(1):28-48.

Brown A.E., Middleton P.F., Fereday J.A., Pincombe J.I., (2016a). Cultural Safety and Midwifery Care for Aboriginal Women – a Phenomenological Study. Women Birth. Vol.29(2):196-202.

Brown A.E., Fereday J.A., Middleton P.F., Pincombe J.I., (2016b). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Experiences Accessing Standard Hospital Care for Birth in South Australia – a Phenomenological Study. Women and Birth. Vol.29(4):350-358.

Milne T., Creedy D.K., West R., (2016). Development of the Awareness of Cultural Safety Scale: A Pilot Study with Midwifery and Nursing Academics. Nurse Education Today. Vol.44:20-25.

West R., Gamble J., Kelly J., Milne T., Duffy E., Sidebotham M., (2016). Culturally Capable and Culturally Safe: Caseload Care for Indigenous Women by Indigenous Midwifery Students. Women and Birth. Vol.29(6):524-530.

Thompson L.J., Duthie D., (2016). Towards Culturally Safe Social Policy Processes for Aboriginal Australians. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies. Vol.11(4):47-62.

Doughney L., Ewen S., Arkoudis S., Delany C.,(2016) Research H.E., Conference D.S.o.A. Pedagogical Challenges and Opportunities : Health Educators’ Perspectives on Teaching Indigenous Health to International Students. Research and development in higher education : the shape of higher education : volume 39 : refereed papers from the 39th HERDSA Annual International Conference, 4 -7 July 2016 Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Australia 2016.

Laverty M., McDermott D.R., Calma T., (2017). Embedding Cultural Safety in Australia’s Main Health Care Standards. Med J Aust. Vol.207(1):15-16.

Fleming T., Creedy D.K., West R., (2017). Impact of a Continuing Professional Development Intervention on Midwifery Academics’ Awareness of Cultural Safety. Women and Birth. Vol.30(3):245-252.

Ryder C., Mackean T., Ullah S., Burton H., Halls H., McDermott D., Edmondson W., (2017). Development and Validation of a Questionnaire to Measure Attitude Change in Health Professionals after Completion of an Aboriginal Health and Cultural Safety Training Programme. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education.1-15.

McGough S., Wynaden D., Wright M., (2018). Experience of Providing Cultural Safety in Mental Health to Aboriginal Patients: A Grounded Theory Study. Int J Ment Health Nurs. Vol.27:204-2013.

Jennings W., Bond C., Hill P.S., (2018). The Power of Talk and Power in Talk: A Systematic Review of Indigenous Narratives of Culturally Safe Healthcare Communication. Aust J Prim Health. Vol.24:109-115.

Fleming T., Creedy D.K., West R., (2018a). Cultural Safety Continuing Professional Development for Midwifery Academics: An Integrative Literature Review. Women Birth.

Fleming T., Creedy D.K., West R., (2018b). Evaluating Awareness of Cultural Safety in the Australian Midwifery Workforce: A Snapshot. Women and Birth.

Fraser S., Grant J., Mackean T., Hunter K., Holland A.J.A., Clapham K., Teague W.J., Ivers R.Q., (2018). Burn Injury Models of Care: A Review of Quality and Cultural Safety for Care of Indigenous Children. Burns (03054179). Vol.44(3):665-677.

Gadsden T., Wilson G., Totterdell J., Willis J., Gupta A., Chong A., Clarke A., Winters M., Donahue K., Posenelli S., Maher L., Stewart J., Gardiner H., Passmore E., Cashmore A., Milat A., (2019). Can a Continuous Quality Improvement Program Create Culturally Safe Emergency Departments for Aboriginal People in Australia? A Multiple Baseline Study. BMC Health Serv Res. Vol.19(1):222.

Fleming T., Creedy D.K., West R., (2019). The Influence of Yarning Circles: A Cultural Safety Professional Development Program for Midwives. Women and Birth.

Fejzic J., Barker M., (2019). Pharmacy Practitioners’ Lived Experiences of Culture in Multicultural Australia: From Perceptions to Skilled Practice. PLoS One. Vol.14(6):e0217673.

Fernando T., Bennett B., (2019). Creating a Culturally Safe Space When Teaching Aboriginal Content in Social Work: A Scoping Review. Australian Social Work. Vol.72(1):47-61.

Mackean T., Baum F., Fisher M., Friel S., (2019). A Framework to Assess Cultural Safety in Australian Public Policy. Health Promotion International.

Brown S.J., Gartland D., Weetra D., Leane C., Francis T., Mitchell A., Glover K., (2019). Health Care Experiences and Birth Outcomes: Results of an Aboriginal Birth Cohort. Women Birth.