Continuity of Care for Aboriginal families and children accessing mainstream health services

Nina Sivertsen, Julian Grant, Janiene Deverix

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This research explored how nurses and midwives manage continuity in their provision of care to Aboriginal families and infants in the first 1000 days of life, for those families accessing mainstream health services in South Australia.

CONTINUITY is central to successful midwifery programs for Aboriginal families. CONTINUITY is central to the provision of culturally safe care
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventCATSINaM National Professional Development Conference 2019: Connecting Care through Culture - Sheraton on the Park, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 24 Sept 201926 Sept 2019 (Conference program )


ConferenceCATSINaM National Professional Development Conference 2019
OtherCongress of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives National Professional Development Conference is an Indigenous-led space built on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge and values. The event brings together experienced both nurses and midwives, student nurses and midwives, clinicians, educators, policy-makers, administrators from across the nation.
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  • Aboriginal families
  • health services
  • maternal infant care


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