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Related Publications (2010 - present)

2013

Aseron, J., Wilde, S., Miller, A., Kelly, S. (2013). Indigenous student participation in higher education: Emergent themes and linkages. Contemporary Issues In Education Research, 6(4): 417-424 (full article)

Barrett, M., Hafferty, F. (2013).Stunting professionalism: The potency and durability of the hidden curriculum within medical education. Social Theory & Health (abstract)

Browne, T., Pitner, R., Freedman, D. (2013). When Identifying Health Disparities as a Problem Is a Problem: Pedagogical Strategies for Examining Racialized Contexts. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 41(4): 220-230 (abstract)

Bullon, A. (2013). Learning by Teaching an Unsuccessful “Cultural Sensitivity” Course. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 37(2):  280-287 (full article)

Carpenter-Song, E., Whitley, R. (2013). Behind the Scenes of a Research and Training Collaboration: Power, Privilege, and the Hidden Transcript of Race. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 37(2):  288-306 (abstract)

Susan Gair, S. (2013). Inducing Empathy: Pondering Students' (In)Ability to Empathize With an Aboriginal Man's Lament and What Might Be Done About It, Journal of Social Work Education, 49(1): 136-149 (abstract)

Hall, M., Guidry, J., Lisako, E., McKyer, J., Outley, C. & Ballard, D. (2013). Continuing Education Effects on Cultural Competence Knowledge and Skills Building among Health Professionals. Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences, 12(2) (full article)

King, N., Harper, S., Young, M. (2013).Who cares about health inequalities? Cross-country evidence from the World Health Survey. Health Policy & Planning, 28(5): 558-571 (full article)

Kirmayer, L. (2013). Embracing Uncertainty as a Path to Competence: Cultural Safety, Empathy, and Alterity in Clinical Training. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 37(2):  365-372 (full article)

Knipper, M. (2013). Behind the Scenes of a Research and Training Collaboration: Power, Privilege, and the Hidden Transcript of Race. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 37(2):  373-384 (full article)

Kozub, M. (2013). Through the Eyes of the Other Using Event Analysis to Build Cultural Competence. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 24(3): 313-318 (abstract)

Grant, J., Parry, Y., Guerin, P. (2013). An investigation of culturally competent terminology in healthcare policy finds ambiguity and lack of definition. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 37(3). (abstract)

Lie, D. (2013). Addressing Disparities in Healthcare: What Do Health Literacy and Cultural Competence Have in Common? Hawaii Journal of Medicine & Public Health, 72(8 suppl 3): 7 (abstract)

Montgomery, K. (2013). Pedagogy and privilege: The challenges and possibilities of teaching critically about racism. Critical Education, 4(1) (Full Article)

Paradies, Y., Truong, M., Priest, N. (2013). A systematic review of the extent and measurement of health care provider racism. Journal of General Internal Medicine, Sepemtber 2013 (abstract)

Rix, E., Barcley, L., Wilson, S., Stirling, J., & Tong, A. (2013) Service providers' perspectives, attitudesand beliefs on health services delivery forAboriginal people receiving haemodialysis. British Medical Journal Open, Oct. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003581 (full article)

Rodenborg, N. & Boisen, L. (2013). Aversive Racism and Intergroup Contact Theories: Cultural Competence in a Segregated World. Journal of Social Work Education, 49(4): 564-579 (abstract)

Rosenstock, A., Mukandi, B. (2013). Closing the Gaps: competing estimates of Indigenous Australian life expectancy in the scientific literature. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 37(4).(full article)

Tadmor, C., Chao, M., Hong, Y., Polzer, J.(2013). Not just for stereotyping anymore: racial essentialism reduces domain-general creativity. Psychological Science, 24(1): 99-105 (abstract)

Von Ah, D. & Cassara, N. (2013). Perceptions of cultural competency of undergraduate nursing students.  Open  Journal of Nursing, 3: 182-185 (full article)

Willen, S. (2013). Confronting a “Big Huge Gaping Wound”: Emotion and Anxiety in a Cultural Sensitivity Course for Psychiatry Residents. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 37(2): 253-279 (abstract)

Woolley, T., Sivamalai, S., Ross, S., Duffy, G., Miller, A. (2013). Indigenous perspectives on the desired attributes of medical graduates practising in remote communities: A Northwest Queensland pilot study. The Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21, 90-96. (abstract)

 

2012

Bloom, G. (2012). Do indigenous health curricula in health science education reduce disparities in health care outcomes? The Medical Journal of Australia, 197(1). 50-52 (full article)


Fernandez, N., Dory, V., Ste-Marie, LG., Chaput, M., Charlin, B. & Boucher, A. (2012). Varying conceptions of competence: an analysis of how health sciences educators define competence. Medical Education, 46(4), 357-365. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2011.04183.x (abstract)

Findlay, L. & Janz, T. (2012). Health of First Nations children living off reserve and Métis children younger than age 6, Health Reports, 23(1) (full report)

Hartung, Y., Henriques, L., & Nyhof-Young, J. (2012). Towards an Outline for an Undergraduate Medicine Curriculum in Spirituality. The University of Toronto Medical Journal, 89(2) (full report)

Hatcher, A. (2012). Building cultural bridges with Aboriginal learners and their ‘classmates’ for transformative environmental education. Jouranl of Environmental Studies and Sciences. doi: 10.1007/s13412-012-0088-6 (abstract)

Hollinsworth, D.(2012).Forget Cultural Competence; Ask for an Autobiography. Social Work Education: The International Journal, pp 1-13. (abstract)

Jamieson, L., Paradles, Y., Eades, S., Chong, A., Maple-Brown, L., Morris, P., Bailie, R., Cass, A., Roberts-Thomson, K., Brown, A. (2012) Ten principles relevant to health research among Indigenous Australian populations, The Medical Journal of Australia, 197(1), p. 16-18.  (full article)

Jones, A., Neubrander, J., & Huff, M. (2012). A Cultural Immersion Experience for Nursing Students. Global Partners in Education Journal, 2(1), 1-11 (full report)

Klopp, A., & Nakanishi, A. (2012). Art Days: Two medical students reflect on the value of cultural immersion and cultural safety. BCMJ, 54(3), 126-129. (full report)

Lingemann, K.,  Campbell, T., Lingemann, C., Hölzer, H., & Breckwoldt, J. (2012). The Simulated Patient's View on Teaching: Results From a Think Aloud Study. Academic Medicine, 87(2), 179-184.  doi: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e31823f7105  (abstract)

Louth, S. (2012). Overcoming the “shame” factor: Empowering Indigenous People to Share and Celebrate Their Culture. Proceedings of the International Conference: Innovation Research in a Changing and Challenging World.  University of Southern Queensland. (full article)

Lowell, A., Maypilama, E., Yikaniwuy, S., Rrapa, E., Williams, R., & Dunn, S. (2012). "Hiding the story": Indigenous consumer concerns about communication related to chronic disease in one remote region of Australia. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (ahead of print), doi:10.3109/17549507.2012.663791 (abstract)

Murray, R., Larkins, S., Russell, H., Ewen, S., & Prideaux, D. (2012). Medical schools as agents of change: socially accountable medical education. Med J Aust 2012; 196 (10): 653. doi: 10.5694/mja11.11473 (full article)

Paul D, Hill S, Ewen S (2012). Revealing the (in)competency of ‘cultural competency’ in medical education. AlterNative 8(3): 318-328. (abstract)

Quine, A., Hadjistavropoulou, H., & Alberts, N. (2012). Cultural Self-Efficacy of Canadian Nursing Students Caring for Aboriginal Patients with Diabetes.  Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(3). doi: 10.1177/1043659612441023 (abstract)

Paul D, Hill S, Ewen S (in press) Revealing the (in)competency of ‘cultural competency’ in medical education. AlterNative.

Schiff, T.& Rieth, K. (2012). Projects in Medical Education: “Social Justice In Medicine” A Rationale for an Elective Program as Part of the Medical Education Curriculum at John A. Burns School of Medicine. Hawai'i Journal of Medicine & Public Health, 71(4). (full article)

Schuessler, J., Wilder, B., & Byrd, L. (2012). Reflective Journaling and Development of CULTURAL HUMILITY IN STUDENTS. Nursing Education Perspectives: March 2012, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 96-99. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/1536-5026-33.2.96 (abstract)
 
Thomson, N., MacRae, A., Brankovich, J., Burns, J., Catto, M., Gray, C., Levitan, L., Maling, C., Potter, C., Ride, K., Stumpers, S., Urquhart, B. (2012). Overview of Australian Indigenous health status. Retrieved 10 Feb 2012 from http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/health-facts/overviews (full report)
 

2011

Biggs, J., & Wells, R. (2011) The social mission of Australian medical schools in a time of expansion. Australian Health Review,  35(4), 424-429. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AH10970  (abstract)

Lunn, M., & Sa´ nchez, J. (2011)  Prioritizing Health Disparities in Medical Education to Improve Care. Academic Medicine, 86(11).  doi: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e3182308e26

Matthews, Lynda R., Pockett, Rosalie B., Nisbet, Gillian, Thistlethwaite, Jill E., Dunston, Roger, Lee, Alison, and White, Jill F. (2011). Building capacity in Australian interprofessional health education: perspectives from key health and higher education stakeholders. Aust. Health Review 35, 136–140.  doi.org/10.1071/AH10886 (abstract)

Teal, C., Gill, A., Green, A., & Crandall, S. (2011) Helping medical learners recognise and manage unconscious bias toward certain patient groups. Medical Education, 46, 80–88.  doi:10.1111/j.1365-2923.2011.04101.x (full article)

2010

Smye, V., Josewski, V., & Kendall, E. (2010) Cultural Safety: An Overview. Draft reprot for for the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Advisory Committee Mental Health Commission of Canada (full article)