Definitional Debate (Cultural Safety) – Errors and Ethics in Publications

It boils down to this: Williams’ (1998) unpublished paper has an ordinary paragraph on p. 15 of Appendix 3, about cultural safety.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

Cultural Safety Definition Debate – Intellectual Property and Copyright

It boils down to this: Bin-Sallik cites Williams’ (1998) paragraph as a “definition” (not factually correct) but gives intellectual credit to Williams’ (1999) journal article noting p. 213. Williams (1999) intellectually credited her definition to Eckermann et al. (1994), whose definition bears no resemblance to Williams’! Now, Williams’ paragraph-come-definition is uncredited in the book (Culture,…… Continue reading Cultural Safety Definition Debate – Intellectual Property and Copyright