Bicultural OT Practice Journal Articles (Free Access)
OTNZ-WNA has provided free access to the following NZJOT and OTI articles to support appropriate occupational therapy practice for the bicultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand
|Diane Henare (Occupational Therapy in Aotearoa - Part 1 - The Challenge)|| |
Henare, D. (1992). Occupational therapy in Aotearoa: Part 1. The challenge. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 43(2), 10-13.
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|Georgia Brown - Feature||450.50 KB||Download Preview|
|Tui - Because It Matters||294.73 KB||Download Preview|
|Diane Henare (Occupational Therapy in Aotearoa - Part 2 - The Steps to Biculturalism)|| |
Henare, D. (1993). Occupational therapy in Aotearoa: Part 2. The steps to biculturalism. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 44(1), 4-9.
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|Helen Jeffrey (Culture Clash - A discussion of the provision of mental health services for Māori consumers in NZ)|| |
Jeffery, H. (2005). Culture clash: A discussion of the provision of mental health services for Māori consumers in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 52(2), 15-21.
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|Isla Emery-Whittington and Ben Te Maro (Decolonising Occupation - Causing Social Change to Help our Ancestors Rest and our Descendants Thrive)|| |
Emery-Whittington, I., & Te Maro, B. (2018). Decolonising occupation: Causing social change to help our ancestors rest and our descendants thrive. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65(1), 12
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|Jane Hopkirk (E rua ngā ao, kotahi the taura tangata - Two worlds and one profession)|| |
Hopkirk, J. (2013). E rua ngä ao, kotahi te taura tangata: Two worlds and one profession. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60 (1), 5–15.
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|Jane Hopkirk and Linda Wilson (A Call to Wellness - Whitiwhitia i te ora. Exploring Māori and Occupational Therapy Perspectives on Health)|| |
Hopkirk, J., & Wilson, L. H. (2014). A call to wellness–Whitiwhitia i te ora: Exploring Māori and occupational therapy perspectives on health. Occupational therapy international, 21(4), 156- 165.
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|Kaja Jungersen (Cultural Safety - Kawa Whakaruruhau)|| |
Jungersen, K. (2002). Cultural safety: Kawa Whakaruruhau: An occupational therapy perspective. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 49, 4-9.
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|Heather Came, Tim McCreanor, Maria Haenga-Collins & Rhonda Cornes (Māori and Pasifika leaders’ experiences of government health advisory groups in New Zealand)|| |
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