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Record #202297:

Reconsidering the "no show" stamp: increasing cultural safety by making peace with a colonial legacy / Othmar F. Arnold.

Title: Reconsidering the "no show" stamp: increasing cultural safety by making peace with a colonial legacy / Othmar F. Arnold.
Author(s): Arnold, Othmar F.
Date: 2012.
In: Northern Review. (2012.), Vol. 36 (2012)
Abstract: Considers need for nursing staff working in cross-cultural environment in primary health care to be critically aware of personal and professional cultural attitudes and behaviours. Analyses practice of using "no show" stamp in primary health care settings in Canadian North. Presents review of literature focusing on discourse of non-attendance at medical appointments. Suggests that use of "no show" stamp extends paternalism, signifies authority and "reverses caring".
Notes:

Northern Review. Vol. 36 :77-96 (2012).

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
325.3 -- Native policy.
614.2 -- Health service administration.
614.25 -- Health services personnel.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 202297

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