Cultural Security and the Clinical Yarning Education Project

Clinical Yarning Education involved partnerships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, incorporating cultural and clinical health care viewpoints.  Culturally secure ways of working emphasise respectful partnerships to ensure an Aboriginal ‘cultural lens’ is incorporated at each stage of the project.

Applying Clinical Yarning in health care settings should also incorporate the principles of cultural security. Respectful partnerships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal staff is essential.

There is more information about Cultural Security within the eLearning program, and at the Links and Resources page.