Culturally Adaptive Governance—Building a New Framework for Equity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research: Theoretical Basis, Ethics, Attributes and Evaluation
Daniel LM Duke, Megan Prictor, Elif Ekinci, Mariam Hachem, Luke J Burchill
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health | MDPI AG | Published : 2021
Indigenous health inequities persist in Australia due to a system of privilege and racism that has political, economic and social determinants, rather than simply genetic or behavioural causes. Research involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (‘Indigenous’) communities is routinely funded to understand and address these health inequities, yet current ethical and institutional conventions for Indigenous health research often fall short of community expectations. Typically, mainstream research projects are undertaken using traditional “top-down” approaches to governance that hold inherent tensions with other dominant governance styles and forms. This approach perpetuates long-held powe..View full abstract
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Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council NHMRC (Australia)
This research was jointly funded by National Health and Medical Research Council NHMRC (Australia), grant number (#GNT1182464) and a Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Rapid Applied Research Translation (RART) grant administered through the Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH).