Sallie Greenwood is a researcher in the Centre for Health and Social Practice. Her areas of expertise and interest include families where there are two maternal figures (e.g. step mother and birth mother).
She recently had her work published as a book chapter in Cultural Safety in Aotearoa NZ edited by Diane Wepa. It presents a range of theoretical and practice based perspectives adopted by experienced educators, like Sallie, who are active in cultural safety education.
Sallie's chapter is entitled Sex, Gender, and Sexual Orientation.