Aboriginal Culture And Health Care

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  • People also askWhat is Aboriginal health?The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander understanding of health is holistic: Aboriginal health does not mean the physical wellbeing of an individual, but refers to the social, emotional, and cultural wellbeing of the whole community. For Aboriginal people this is seen in terms of the whole-life-view.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander concept of healthhealthinfonet.ecu.edu.auHow important is culture in Aboriginal health and wellbeing?The importance of culture is recognised in the new National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2021-2031 which sets the policy direction for Indigenous health and wellbeing. The plan notes that implementation across each priority area will need a holistic approach that considers the cultural determinants across the life-course.Determinants of health for Indigenous Australiansaihw.gov.auWhy is health care important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders?Access to appropriate, high-quality and timely health care throughout life is essential for improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). Some aspects of health system performance for Indigenous Australians have improved the last decade.Indigenous Australians and the health systemaihw.gov.auHow can cultural safety improve health care for Indigenous Australians?Improving the cultural safety and cultural responsiveness of the health system can improve access to, and the quality of, health care for Indigenous Australians. A culturally safe health system is one that respects Indigenous cultural values, strengths and differences, and addresses racism and inequity.Indigenous Australians and the health systemaihw.gov.auFeedback
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    WebApr 7, 2022 · The Alberta Indigenous Primary Health Care and Policy Research (IPHCPR) Network, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Lock MJ, Hartz D, Martin R, et al. (2019) An Aboriginal …

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    WebJul 7, 2022 · Social and emotional wellbeing. Social and emotional wellbeing is the foundation of physical and mental health for Indigenous Australians. It is a holistic concept that encompasses the importance of connection to …

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    WebIn 2020, the median age of death was 61 years. This has increased from 57 years in 2010. The life expectancy for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples born between 2015 and 2017 was 72 years for males, …

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    WebOct 25, 2023 · We fund services to make sure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can access culturally appropriate health care at any life stage, all across Australia.

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    WebJun 2, 2023 · The Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme (IAHP) is our main overarching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health program. We fund Aboriginal …

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    WebJul 1, 2020 · Working effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is important for maximising the effectiveness of a health care interaction between and …

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    WebJul 30, 2023 · 1 INTRODUCTION. In Australia, the ability to deliver culturally safe care for First Nations peoples in aged care services is an issue that had not received much …

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    WebMar 25, 2018 · Exploring the applicability of the concept of cultural safety to Aboriginal health and community wellness. Journal of Aboriginal Health, 11, 6–41.

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    WebHealth professionals should work with Aboriginal individuals and communities to provide culturally appropriate health care. At this point in the discussion, hopefully it is apparent …

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    WebJul 12, 2019 · Attention to culture and its impact on health care can improve the quality of care given, add to our understanding of health care among culturally diverse …

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    Webproviding care to Aboriginal people because of the cul-tural distance between mainstream culture and Aboriginal culture, particularly in regard to health belief systems. The …

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    WebDec 1, 2017 · Regarding the highly praised Australian healthcare system, it is well known that a variety of government-supported community services throughout Australia deliver …

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    WebMar 15, 2021 · These include Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organizations (ACCHOs) which provide a range of culturally safe primary health care services …

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    WebJul 7, 2023 · The experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health care users, including having their cultural identity respected, is critical for assessing cultural safety. …

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