Indigenous health part 2: the underlying causes of the health gap.

@article{King2009IndigenousHP,
  title={Indigenous health part 2: the underlying causes of the health gap.},
  author={Malcolm King and Alexandra Smith and Michael Gracey},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2009},
  volume={374 9683},
  pages={76-85}
}
In this Review we delve into the underlying causes of health disparities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and provide an Indigenous perspective to understanding these inequalities. We are able to present only a snapshot of the many research publications about Indigenous health. Our aim is to provide clinicians with a framework to better understand such matters. Applying this lens, placed in context for each patient, will promote more culturally appropriate ways to interact with, to… CONTINUE READING
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