Understanding culturally safe aged care from the perspectives of older Aboriginal Australians in rural and remote communities

Understanding culturally safe aged care from the perspectives of older Aboriginal Australians in rural and remote communities Journal Article

Health Promotion Journal of Australia

  • Author(s): Parrella, A., Pearson, O., Davy, C., Barrie, H., Mott, K., Morey, K., D’Angelo, S., Sambo, R., Aitken, R., Franks, C., Canuto, K., Brown, A., Braunack-Mayer, A.
  • Published: 2021
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
  • ISBN: 1036-1073

Abstract: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are the First Nations people of Australia and comprise 3.3% of the total Australian population. With over 150 language groups, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population is diverse in culture, beliefs and knowledges and has both unique and shared experiences.

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Parrella, A., Pearson, O., Davy, C., Barrie, H., Mott, K., Morey, K., D’Angelo, S., Sambo, R., Aitken, R., Franks, C., Canuto, K., Brown, A., Braunack-Mayer, A., 2021, Understanding culturally safe aged care from the perspectives of older Aboriginal Australians in rural and remote communities, Journal Article, viewed 15 June 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=26828.

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