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What is Cultural Safety?

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This video comes free when you purchase the Worldview course.

A 17-minute video that works through 10 fundamental issues needed for a deeper understanding of cultural safety. 

Richard Trudgen uses daily examples from working in both courts and hospitals to help Yolngu people experience cultural safety and better outcomes.

Filmed while Richard was a guest speaker at the RANZCOG (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) Indigenous Women’s Health Meeting in Adelaide 2014.

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Kellie Streeter
Posted 9 months ago
5 star

good tips

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Sarah Cavanagh
Posted 9 months ago
Impacts of entering the Grey Zone

Provides examples of the implications of when communication breaks down and you enter the grey zone. Instead of forcing - seek help to understand why communication has broken, their worldview and how to restore communication and get back out from the Grey Zone.

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Peter McConchie
Posted 1 year ago
Cultural Safety

We are all different. Ruling Cultures such as the West can only grow and refine itself once First Nations Cultures and People are respected for their ways. Positive change will come only when this happens .

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Dave Corstorphan
Posted 1 year ago
A course for those thinking of working in remote communities

Many people think going bush to work will be idyllic, with limited knowledge of the culture they will be working amongst. Many companies will insist on staff doing a basic online course, most of which gloss over the issues in half an hour, and give the student a false sense of knowledge. This course challenges your perceptions and biases, and helps you realise you do not know it all.

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Paul Tolliday
Posted 1 year ago
Knowledge increases respect and safety

This is a good start to consider some of the issues around cultural safety. To work with other people we need some understanding and realisation of what is needed for Yolŋu to feel safe. We all have two ears, two eyes and one mouth (and need to use them in that proportion).

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Robin Blake
Posted 2 years ago
Insighful

Short and to-the-point video of the presentation. Being an 'old white woman' with a health professional background; I, unfortunately, could relate to the examples (stories) shared.

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