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Odette Best
Odette Best
Professor: Director First Nations Research Alliance University of Southern Queensland
Verified email at usq.edu.au
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COVID‐19 and Indigenous Peoples: An imperative for action
T Power, D Wilson, O Best, T Brockie, LB Bearskin, E Millender, J Lowe
Journal of clinical nursing 29 (15-16), 2737, 2020
2632020
A unified call to action from Australian nursing and midwifery leaders: ensuring that Black lives matter
L Geia, K Baird, K Bail, L Barclay, J Bennett, O Best, M Birks, L Blackley, ...
Contemporary Nurse 56 (4), 297-308, 2020
532020
Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery care
O Best, B Fredericks
Cambridge University Press, 2021
442021
Women bashing: An urban Aboriginal perspective
O Best, M Lucashenko
Social Alternatives 14 (1), 19-22, 1995
371995
An Aboriginal nurse-led working model for success in graduating Indigenous Australian nurses
O Best, L Stuart
Contemporary Nurse 48 (1), 59-66, 2014
322014
The cultural safety journey: An Aboriginal Australian nursing and midwifery context
O Best
Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing and Midwifery …, 2018
262018
Indigenous social exclusion to inclusion: Case studies on Indigenous nursing leadership in four high income countries
T Brockie, TC Clark, O Best, T Power, L Bourque Bearskin, DLM Kurtz, ...
Journal of Clinical Nursing 32 (3-4), 610-624, 2023
232023
The cultural safety journey: An Australian nursing context
O Best
Yatdjuligin aboriginal and Torres strait islander nursing and midwifery care …, 2014
222014
" Some of us pushed forward and let the world see what could be done": Aboriginal Australian nurses and midwives, 1900-2005
O Best, D Gorman
Labour History, 149-164, 2016
192016
Training the ‘natives’ as nurses in Australia: so what went wrong?
O Best
Colonial caring, 104-125, 2018
142018
Clarifying Cultural Safety: Its focus and intent in an Australian context
L Cox, O Best
Contemporary nurse 58 (1), 71-81, 2022
132022
COVID-19 among Indigenous communities: Case studies on Indigenous nursing responses in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States
T Clark, O Best, D Wilson, T Power, W Phillips-Beck, H Graham, K Nelson, ...
Nursing Praxis in Aotearoa New Zealand 37 (3), 71-83, 2021
132021
Western medicine and Australian Indigenous healing practices
D Gorman, AM Nielsen, O Best
Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal 30 (1), 28-29, 2006
122006
Cultural safety history repeats: why are we taking the redefinition road?
L Cox, O Best
Croakey 2019, 18, 2019
112019
Community control theory and practice: A case study of the Brisbane Aboriginal and Islander Community Health Service
O Best
Master's dissertation. Griffith University. Brisbane, 2005
112005
Community controlled health services: What they are and how they work
R Ward, B Fredericks, O Best
Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery …, 2014
82014
Our reflections on identity, gender and transforming action”: A lesson from place
B Fredericks, M Walker, C Peacock, D Duthie, O Best
MAI Journal, A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship 1 (2), 76-85, 2012
8*2012
Indigenous graduates’ experience of their university nursing education: Report to the Queensland Nursing Council Research Committee
O Best, AM Nielsen
Brisbane, QLD: Queensland Nursing Council Research Committee, 2005
82005
Reimagining the role of nursing education in emissions reduction
A Ward, D Heart, C Richards, LT Bayliss, M Holmes, S Keogh, O Best
Teaching and Learning in Nursing 17 (4), 410-416, 2022
72022
Yatdjuligin: The stories of Queensland Aboriginal registered nurses 1950–2005
O Best
University of Southern Queensland, 2011
72011
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