Senior nurses' perceptions of cultural safety in an acute clinical practice area.

@article{Richardson2009SeniorNP,
  title={Senior nurses' perceptions of cultural safety in an acute clinical practice area.},
  author={Sandra K Richardson and Tracey L. Williams and Annette Finlay and Marrilyn Farrell},
  journal={Nursing praxis in New Zealand inc},
  year={2009},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={27-36}
}
Cultural safety is a concept that emerged within the New Zealand nursing context. The purpose is to ensure that nursing practice is congruent with the aims and objectives of the Treaty of Waitangi (the founding document between Maori and the Crown) and so facilitates the nursing of patients regardful of all that makes them unique and individual. While… CONTINUE READING