New paper in - Bridging Western and Indigenous knowledge: lessons from Mexico /Indigenous communities have complex bodies of knowledge, but Western health services approach them as vulnerable people in need of external solutions./
Bridging Western and Indigenous knowledge through intercultural dialogue: lessons from participatory research in Mexico | BMJ Global Health
Las comunidades indígenas en América Latina y en otros lugares tienen cuerpos de conocimiento complejos, pero los servicios de salud occidentales generalmente los tratan como personas vulnerables que necesitan soluciones externas.
E.g. from the global health literature this week: "Indigenous communities in Latin America and elsewhere have complex bodies of knowledge, but Western health services generally approach them as vulnerable people in need of external solutions"