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Indigenous Health Educational Series

  • 28-Nov-2023
  • 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Zoom


Indigenous Approach to Trauma Informed Care – ACEs the Engine Behind Intergenerational Trauma

Join us for our next webinar, "Indigenous approach to Trauma Informed Care – ACEs the Engine Behind Intergenerational Trauma" with guest speaker Dr. Terri Aldred and moderated by Dr. Gavin Parker.

Date: Tuesday November 28th

Time: 8 PM EST - [click here to convert to your local time]

Location: Zoom - Link in registration confirmation. 


  1. Review of adverse childhood events (ACEs) and the pathophysiology of trauma and its impacts on health
  2. Discuss how colonialism, culturally unsafe care, and bias has contributed to an over burden of trauma in Indigenous communities.
  3. Share a two-eyed seeing approach to supporting trauma informed care with Indigenous people.

(A 60 minute, live zoom meeting with extra time at the end for Q&A.)
A recording of the session will be made available afterwards to share widely.

About our Speaker

Dr. Terri Aldred is Dakelh (Carrier) from the Tl’Azt’En Nation, located north of Fort St.James. Dr. Aldred is the Site Director for the Indigenous Family Medicine Program, Family Physician for Carrier Sekani Family Services, Executive Medical Director for Primary Care for FNHA, the Indigenous Lead for the RCcBC, and on the editorial board for the BCMJ. She was a recipient of the 2018 BCCFP’s First Five-Years in Practice Achievement Award, 2020-21 RDoC Mikhael Award for Medical Education, 2021-22 Alumni Horizon Award. She is passionate about Indigenous health, physician well-being, and medical leadership.


The SRPC's Indigenous Health Committee is in the process of developing a series of virtual, educational events to bring awareness and provide learning opportunities for all SRPC members about Indigenous health education.  We encourage all SRPC members to participate.  Not a member yet?  Join today!

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