Health equity and cultural safety
Practising in Aotearoa, New Zealand requires a continuing need to develop and provide culturally safe patient-centred care. This includes cultural dimensions such as age, gender, sexual orientation, religious or spiritual beliefs and a focus on improving health outcomes for Māori as tangata whenua.
Understanding cultural safety
Reflect on your own cultural position, attitudes and biases to assist you develop a more culturally safe approach to patient care.
Cultural safety video resources