Transcultural midwifery: Culture care for Mauritian immigrant childbearing families living in New South Wales, Australia

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Raymond, Lynette Mary and Omeri, Akram. (2015) Transcultural midwifery: Culture care for Mauritian immigrant childbearing families living in New South Wales, Australia. In In M. R. McFarland and H. B. Wehbe-Alamah (Ed.). pp. 183 - 254 Jones & Bartlett Learning.
AuthorsRaymond, Lynette Mary and Omeri, Akram
EditorsM. R. McFarland and H. B. Wehbe-Alamah
Abstract

Australia is a country of many diverse cultural and linguistic societies, with its people drawn from more than 200 of the world's nations and speaking more than 80 languages (Commonwealth of Australia, 2001, 2008). Because it is a nation of immigrants, the Australian government has made a commitment to increasing positive immigration and healthcare policies and maintaining Australia's Multiculturalism with an obligation toward meeting the diverse cultural and linguistic healthcare needs of all Australians...

Page range183 - 254
Year2015
PublisherJones & Bartlett Learning
Place of publicationBurlington, USA
Serieseininger's culture care diversity and universality: A worldwide nursing theory
ISBN9781284026627
Research GroupSchool of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
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