An individual needs to have effective mental, social and physical well being so that the type of work that is being provided can be performed in an effective manner. In this context, as per indigenous people, they have similar set of understanding for health, they prefer to being well about the harmony which exist among universe, individuals and community (Treloar, C., Gray, Brener and Newman, 2014). Social determinants of the health can b determined as the condition in which people take birth, grow, live, work, etc. further, they get shaped up through resources, power and money at local, national and global levels. This report is about a case of Pam who is an 39 years old Indigenous Australian. It covers different attitudes, culture and approaches to culturally competent health care delivery for Indigenous Australians.
a). 3 cultural aspect to culturally competent health care delivery for Indigenous Australians
As per one of the explorer, William Dampier, he happened to visit Australia in the year 1688. As per his view points, Aboriginal people are considered to be the most miserable people around the globe and this was due to the great plagues of files that prevalent from 3 quarters. Further, there are some kind of common diseases that were known. In this context, it includes trachoma and yaws (Mercer, Byrth and Jordan, 2014). Further, different type of health care services provided were considered to be sorcery and magic. This type of perception occurred due to traditional healers who were provided emphasis over the physiological and spiritual aspects. All the people in this society considered to look over the supernatural and spiritual aspect in order to overcome the problem of illness or diseases. With this respect, event the clever men and women considered to deal with issues related to health and consider other responsibilities like appeasing spirit, deciding over punishments and rain making. Further, traditional healers aimed at making use of plants so that medicines can be made. All type of medical treatments were provided by doctors who visited on rotational or regular basis (Deravin-Malone and Anderson, 2016).
One of the main issues at these place was related with lack of information to people over the steps that should be considered when they get any kind of diseases. However, with time individuals were provided with training and development so that basic nursing skills can be developed. Further, as per Western approach, in order to treat diseases, they took precedence and other native doctors who were encouraged for practising (Reed, Fitzgerald and Bish, 2015). With time may of the traditional practices were lost. In this context, it includes birthing on country. Moreover, the rate of population raised and this created issues with respect, to stay. There was an aspect in which people have to stay in their own place but this type of culture was eliminated due to raise in population (Josif, Kruske and Barclay, 2017). With this respect, people can follow their tradition even if they are non-Indigenous Au