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“Rewriting” Cultural Safety Within the Postcolonial and Postnational Feminist Project: Toward New Epistemologies of Healing
- J. Anderson, J. Perry, +7 authors Vicki Smye
- Sociology, Medicine
- ANS. Advances in nursing science
- 1 July 2003
The concept of cultural safety, developed by indigenous nurses in the postcolonial climate of New Zealand, has not been widely examined in North America. In this article we explicate the theoretical… Expand
It takes a village: a realist synthesis of social pediatrics program
- I. Tyler, J. Lynam, +8 authors C. Loock
- International Journal of Public Health
- 24 December 2018
ObjectivesTo better understand how social pediatric initiatives (SPIs) enact equitable, integrated, embedded approaches with high-needs children and families while facilitating proportionate… Expand
Health care professionals and women speaking: constraints in everyday life and the management of chronic illness
In this paper, we draw upon research with women in middle and later life who have a chronic illness to explore the issues in their everyday lives that organize the management of their illness. Our… Expand
Cultural safety and knowledge uptake in clinical settings: a model for practice for culturally diverse populations (2005-2008)
Social Pediatrics: A Model to Confront Family Poverty, Adversity, and Housing Instability and Foster Healthy Child and Adolescent Development and Resilience
Using a historical genealogical approach to examine Ireland's health care system.
The health of a nation tells much about the nature of a social contract between citizen and state. The way that health care is organised, and the degree to which it is equitably accessible,… Expand
Author's response to reviews Title: The Social Pediatrics Initiative: A RICHER model of primary health care for at risk children and their families Authors:
method: n=7 after data not before. Response: Revised accordingly.
BC Rehabilitation Sciences Research Network (BC RSRnet)
- J. Lynam
The physical, symbolic and experiential aspects of receiving long-term care are examined in this paper using Bourdieu’s concepts of habitus and field. We draw on data from an ethnographic study of… Expand