Indigenous Mind: a framework for culturally safe Indigenous health research and practice

Indigenous Mind: a framework for culturally safe Indigenous health research and practice Journal Article

Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal

  • Author(s): Reid, J.B., Taylor, K.A.
  • Published: 2011
  • Volume: 35

Abstract: After years of research being dominated by Western scientific models and ways of knowing, Indigenous knowledge production and translation is gaining increasing attention and recognition. As a consequence this has led to the development of Collaborative Centres of Indigenous Health Research such as the Lowitja Institute in Australia. It is believed that a sharing of knowledge between Indigenous and non-Inidgenous people will lead to a collborative, culturally appropriate approach to research that can achieve postive benefits to 'close the gap' in Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander health disparities.

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Reid, J.B., Taylor, K.A. , 2011, Indigenous Mind: a framework for culturally safe Indigenous health research and practice, Volume:35, Journal Article, viewed 09 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=3828.

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