In 2015, all Health Authorities committed to advancing cultural safety and cultural humility in health services in British Columbia.
What does ‘cultural safety’ and ‘cultural humility’ mean?
Cultural humility is a process of self-reflection to understand personal and systemic biases and to develop and maintain respectful processes and relationships based on mutual trust. Cultural humility involves humbly acknowledging oneself as a learner when it comes to understanding another’s experience.
Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility in the Child & Youth Health Network
What does ‘cultural safety’ and ‘cultural humility’ mean for the Child & Youth Health Network?