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Fostering Cultural Safety in Health Care Through a Decolonizing Approach to Research with, for and by Indigenous Communities

2022

Tremblay, M-C., & Echaquan, S.

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This article highlights a promising example of how health promotion research can contribute to meaningfully transforming health services and promoting culturally safe health care. The objective of this research is to co-develop a new intervention model to ensure cultural safety for Atikamekw patients in Québec.

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Fostering Cultural Safety in Health Care Through a Decolonizing Approach to Research with, for and by Indigenous Communities.

Tremblay, MC. & Echaquan, S. (2022). Fostering cultural safety in health care through a decolonizing approach to research with, for and by Indigenous communities. In L. Potvin, D. Jourdan (Eds.), Global Handbook of Health Promotion Research, Vol. 1 (pp. 115-126) . Springer, Cham.

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