Tag Archives: Cultural Safety

Resource – Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts

See https://www.cdu.edu.au/northern-institute/lcj for the latest issue (https://www.cdu.edu.au/…/9623_cdu_ni_learners_journal_numbe…) that contained the phrase ‘cultural safety’ in a paper about ‘Respectful and ethical research in central Australia and the south west’ (p. 32) It was great to read a paper that is so different to the standard academic journals, as the authors say ‘The decision to write as a dialogue between three people may be

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Cultural Safety as a buzzword in research

This Hickey et al. (2018) article came into my news feed because the phrase ‘cultural safety’ is used. As I read the article I realised a problem (not with the article) for the advocacy for cultural safety in Australian healthcare governance is that it is used as a buzzword without genuine theoretical, intellectual, and methodological engagement. The sentence in the

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