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|Title:||Resetting the relationship: decolonizing peer review of First Nations’ kidney health research|
|Citation:||Kidney International, 2022; 102(4):683-686|
|Jaquelyne T. Hughes, Janet Kelly, Alyssa Cormick, P. Toby Coates, and Kim M. O'Donnell|
|Abstract:||Kerr et al. interpret the perspectives of First Nations People striving for kidney health within the United States, Canada, Aotearoa (New Zealand), and Australia. The urgency for First Nations Peoples' perspectives and leadership in kidney health care, research, quality reporting, and publishing was confirmed. Advancing this internationally is within scope of high-impact journals, such as Kidney International. Tracking Sovereignty is a proposed framework supporting First Nation Peoples' representation and leadership within journal submission and publication processes.|
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|Rights:||© 2022, International Society of Nephrology. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Nursing publications|
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