In Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture spirituality plays an important role.
For many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people the existence of life beyond the physical realm is a very strong belief. Life and death are viewed as a continuous cycle from to birth to death and beyond.
In some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, speaking of death is considered taboo. Given the cultural sensitivities surrounding death, it is important that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural beliefs and practices are acknowledged and accommodated during the palliative and end-of-life care journey.
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