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A relationship between the ethics of care and Maori worldview: the place of relationality and care in Maori mental health service provision

A relationship between the ethics of care and Maori worldview: the place of relationality and care in Maori mental health service provision
A relationship between the ethics of care and Maori worldview: the place of relationality and care in Maori mental health service provision
Brannelly, Tula
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Boulton, Amohia
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te Hiini, Allie
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Brannelly, Tula
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Boulton, Amohia
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te Hiini, Allie
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Brannelly, Tula, Boulton, Amohia and te Hiini, Allie (2012) A relationship between the ethics of care and Maori worldview: the place of relationality and care in Maori mental health service provision. Critical Care: Advancing an ethic of care in theory and practice, United Kingdom. 13 - 14 Sep 2012.

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Published date: 13 September 2012
Venue - Dates: Critical Care: Advancing an ethic of care in theory and practice, United Kingdom, 2012-09-13 - 2012-09-14
Organisations: Faculty of Health Sciences, Researcher Development

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Local EPrints ID: 389612
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/389612
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Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:33

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