Cultural Safety Collection

Achieving cultural integration in health services: Design of comprehensive health model for traditional healing, medicines, foods and supports

2010

Walker, R., Cromarty, H., Linkewich, B., Semple, D., & St Pierre Hansen, N.

International Journal of Indigenous Health

Description

Drawing from the experience of the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre in northern Ontario, this article discusses how traditional and contemporary knowledge and practices have been integrated into a model of care in five key aspects of services to promote genuine cross-cultural competency in health. The article includes an evaluation of initial outcomes, outlines a continuum of program development and implementation of the five core elements, and outcomes to date, as well identifies protentially transferable practices.

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Achieving cultural integration in health services: Design of comprehensive health model for traditional healing, medicines, foods and supports.

Walker, R., Cromarty, H., Linkewich, B., Semple, D., & St Pierre Hansen, N. (2010). Achieving cultural integration in health services: Design of comprehensive health model for traditional healing, medicines, foods and supports. International Journal of Indigenous Health, 6(1), 58-69.

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