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1946
Wellington, New Zealand
Irihapeti Ramsden
Maori nurse, writer, educator & anthropologist. Her thesis showed importance of cultural identities in health care, called “cultural safety”. Worked to improve health of Maori. Her techniques are part of nursing practice
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Dead Ladies Show, E19
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Maori; Nurse; Anthropologist; Culture; Safety; Training; Nursing; Medicine; NewZealand; History; Health; Person; Theory
1946
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