‘Culture it’s a big term isn’t it’? An analysis of child and family health nurses’ understandings of culture and intercultural communication

@inproceedings{Grant2011CultureIA,
  title={‘Culture it’s a big term isn’t it’? An analysis of child and family health nurses’ understandings of culture and intercultural communication},
  author={Julian Grant and Yoni Luxford},
  year={2011}
}
AbstractUnderstandings of culture and multiculture are broad and deeply embedded in every day talk and practices. In an increasingly globalised world, how we understand and work with these terms affects how parents and their families experience health care services and the support intended by health care professionals. This is particularly important for parents who are new to Australia. In this paper we report on findings from an ethnographic study undertaken across two community child and… CONTINUE READING

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