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This article is from BMC Psychiatry, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Achieving culturally fair assessments of cognitive functioning for Aboriginal people is difficult due to a scarcity of appropriately validated tools for use with this group. As a result, some Aboriginal people with cognitive impairments may lack fair and equitable access to services

Author: Dingwall, Kylie M; Pinkerton, Jennifer; Lindeman, Melissa A

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