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Cultural respect in midwifery service provision for Aboriginal women: longitudinal follow-up reveals the enduring legacy of targeted program initiatives
International Journal for Equity in Health
Background Culturally competent maternity care provision to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women was identified as a priority area by Australia's National Maternity Services Plan in 2011. While midwifery programs responded by including core Indigenous content and community placements in curricula, little is known about whether knowledge learned, and insights gained in response to these initiatives have endured and been applied in clinical practice. This follow-up study explores thedoi:10.1186/s12939-020-01325-x pmid:33238984 fatcat:7p26y6wpqzawlp4pzorqql6y7q