by Marion Clarke, CEO of the Nursing Council of New Zealand
Part I Setting the scene
Chapter 1 Towards cultural safety
Chapter 2 Cultural safety: daring to be different
Part II The foundations of cultural safety
Chapter 3 Culture and ethnicity: what is the question?
Chapter 4 Te Tiriti o Waitangi or The Treaty of Waitangi: what is the difference?
Caroline McKinney and Naumai Smith
Chapter 5 Exploring prejudice, understanding paradox and working towards new possibilities
Chapter 6 Ethical considerations in health care when working cross-culturally
Chapter 7 Culturally safe research
Robin Kearns and Isabel Dyck
Part III Fields of practice
Chapter 8 Child, youth and family health care
Chapter 9 Mental health and cultural safety: a practice story
Rose McEldowney, Thelma Puckey and Fran Richardson
Chapter 10 Midwifery
Jean Te Huia
Chapter 11 Working with refugees and migrants
Chapter 12 Working with the aged: lessons from residential care
Liz Kiata and Ngaire Kerse
Chapter 13 Sex, gender and sexual orientation: the heterosexual matrix
Chapter 14 Maori health initiatives
Denise Wilson and Mereana Roberts
Chapter 15 Spirituality and cultural safety
About the contributors
Editor: Dianne Wepa B.S.W., C.Q.S.W., Pgrad Dip (Swk), MPhil (Swk), MANZASW.
Dianne is of Ngati Kahungunu descent. She has worked in mental health for several years and has maintained her counselling skills as a family court counsellor. She has been involved in many local, regional and national organisations in the field of social work, community work, domestic violence, mental health and Maori health. She has taught Kawa Whakaruruhau / cultural safety for the past seven years and co-ordinates several teaching teams in the area of Hauora, mental health and cultural safety within the faculty of Health and Sport Science, Eastern Institute of Technology, Hawkes Bay. Dianne has presented at cultural safety and transcultural nursing conferences throughout New Zealand and in the USA. She has published articles in several journals overseas and New Zealand. She is a current member of Wharangi Ruamano (Maori Nurse Educators Network).
Cinical Supervision in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Edited by Dianne Wepa