Aim: Culture is intrinsic to how people understand and view good health care delivery. Indigenous…

Aim: Culture is intrinsic to how people understand and view good health care delivery. Indigenous Australians in particular have cultural perspectives that need to be addressed in culturally competent health care provision. In this assignment, utilising the case study of Pam provided in the link, undertake an exploration of literature and discuss strategies that promote culturally safe care for Indigenous Australians. “Pam, who is a 39 years old Indigenous Australian, has undergone treatment for metastatic disease associated with a primary cervical cancer. Pam expresses her appreciation of the cancer palliative care services but asserts her wish to return home to die in her community and to have better access to other healing medicines. Pam’s community has a primary health care facility with 15 inpatient beds which is a five-hour drive from the regional palliative care service.” Word Limit: 2000 words. (Suggested word breakdown beside each criteria) Introduction: (100-200 words) a. Using the case of Pam explore relevant literature and discuss any 3 views, attitudes, approaches or cultural aspects to culturally competent health care delivery for Indigenous Australians. (800 words) b. Discuss 2 reasons why Pam may want to return to her community at this end-stage of her life. (300 words) c. Considering culturally safe practice, detail the discharge information including access to appropriate palliative care services you would supply to Pam and her family. (500-700 words) Conclusion: (100-200 words).

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