Healthcare delivery

Increasing populations of Asian and Ethnic Minorities are reflected in both patients and the healthcare workforce. The articles in this bibliography focussed on the perspective on health professionals, their challenges working with AEM patients and colleagues or their lived experience as health care professional who also identifies as AEM.

Brunton, M., & Cook, C. (2018). Dis/integrating cultural difference in practice and communication: A qualitative study of host and migrant registered nurse perspectives from New Zealand. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 83, 18-24. Read here.

Caldwell, E. S., Lu, H., & Harding, T. (2010). Encompassing multiple moral paradigms: A challenge for nursing educators. Nursing Ethics, 17(2), 189-199. Read here.

Day, K. J., & Song, N. (2017). Attitudes and concerns of doctors and nurses about using a translation application for in-hospital brief interactions with Korean patients. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics, 24(3), 916. Read here.

DeSouza, R. (2013). Regulating migrant maternity: Nursing and midwifery’s emancipatory aims and assimilatory practices. Nursing Inquiry, 20(4), 293-304. Read here.

DeSouza, R. (2014). One woman’s empowerment is another’s oppression: Korean migrant mothers on giving birth in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 25(4), 348-356. Read here.

Doering, K., Patterson, J., & Griffiths, C. R. (2014). Japanese women’s experiences of pharmacological pain relief in New Zealand. Women & Birth: Journal of the Australian College of Midwives, 27(2), 121-125. Read here.

Healee, D., & Inada, K. (2016). Working with difference: Thematic concepts of Japanese nurses working in New Zealand. Nursing & Health Sciences, 18(1), 91-96. Read here.

Patel, A., & Toossi, V. (2016). Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in New Zealand: Differences associated with being a practitioner in New Zealand compared to china. New Zealand Medical Journal, 129(1444), 35-42. Read here.

Veliu, B., & Leathem, J. (2017). Neuropsychological assessment of refugees: Methodological and cross-cultural barriers. Applied Neuropsychology.Adult, 24(6), 481-492. Read here.

Woodbridge, M., & Bland, M. (2010). Supporting Indian nurses migrating to New Zealand: A literature review. International Nursing Review, 57(1), 40-48. Read here.