/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Apunipima baby basket program: a retrospective cost study /manager/Repository/uon:29781 Wed 11 Apr 2018 15:24:47 AEST ]]> Empowering families by engaging and relating Murri way: A grounded theory study of the implementation of the Cape York Baby Basket program /manager/Repository/uon:28399 empowering families through a process of engaging and relating Murri (Queensland Indigenous) way. Key influencing conditions of the social environment were the remoteness of communities, keeping up with demand, families' knowledge, skills and roles and organisational service approaches and capacities. Engaging and relating Murri way occurred through four strategies: connecting through practical support, creating a culturally safe practice, becoming informed and informing others, and linking at the clinic. These strategies resulted in women and families taking responsibility for health through making healthy choices, becoming empowered health consumers and advocating for community changes. Conclusions: The theoretical model was applied to improve and revise Baby Basket program implementation, including increased recognition of the importance of empowering families by extending the home visiting approach up to the child's third birthday. Engaging and relating Murri way was strengthened by formal recognition and training of Indigenous health workers as program leaders. This theoretical model of program implementation was therefore useful for guiding program improvements, and could be applicable to other Indigenous maternal and child health programs.]]> Wed 11 Apr 2018 14:48:10 AEST ]]>