I recently gave a presentation at the 8th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium (online, 6th October 2021). Here’s a link to the blog post and my full presentation (link), which is based on the concept of cultural rigour. 1. Cultural Rigour Definition—So What? Yep, another definition, and definitions are something that I love examining,…… Continue reading Cultural Rigour in Aboriginal Health Programs and Research
Mark’s presentation at the 8th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium, a virtual show, on 6th October 2021. See: https://www.ruralhealth.org.au/8rrhss/ CC BY 4.0 Citation: Lock, M.J. & Tinsley, M. (2021). Cultural rigour in Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcomes for the NSW Health System. Online presentation (PowerPoint Slides) to the 8th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium,…… Continue reading Cultural Rigour in Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures
It boils down to this: Williams’ (1998) unpublished paper has an ordinary paragraph on p. 15 of Appendix 3, about cultural safety. That paragraph was re-phrased as a “definition” in Bin-Sallik’s (2003) paper. Bin-Sallik intellectually credits Williams. In the Williams (1999) publication, intellectual credit goes to Eckermann et al. (1994). There is no resemblance between…… Continue reading Definitional Debate (Cultural Safety) – Errors and Ethics in Publications
The concept of introducing cultural identity as a component of an author’s credentials could be a meaningful action to acknowledge and respect Indigenous authors involved in rural health research and manuscripts.
As the Chief Editor of Cultural Safety Editing Service, I will respect your cultural voice. So what does that mean? “Your cultural voice is the resonance of your cultural values in writing. It demarcates space in the literary landscape so that your “human cultural values” become visible instead of being dissolved within the sameness of…… Continue reading Cultural Qualifications – Cultural Rigour