This literature review is the first phase of an initiative of the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS) designed to develop positive approaches to understanding, fostering, measuring, and monitoring Indigenous child well-being.
Cultural protocols are codes of behaviour that express the values of a community and describe ways to respectfully interact with one another and the environment. By incorporating protocols into our work, we are able to demonstrate respect for Indigenous cultures and perspectives and recognize Indigenous peoples’ unique position as original inhabitants and stewards of the land we live on.
Journal: Journal of Child Health Care 2020, Vol. 0(0) 1–11
This article discusses Child and Family Centered Care (CFCC). In primary and acute health care contexts, CFCC has been adopted internationally as a fundamental philosophical approach to the design, delivery, and evaluation of children’s services.