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.
The SRPC will record the Indigenous Education Series and make the videos available to everyone for self-guided learning. We post each one, on this page. If you have questions about how to register or access the video, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This information was compiled by Dr. Darlene Kitty and Ms. Lisa Abel, Indigenous Program - Faculty of Medicine
Jordan, Joyce, and Justice: Decolonizing Healthcare for Indigenous Children and Youth
Briefly review indigenous child health issues
Recognize the healthcare system as a key site of anti-Indigenous systemic racism
Develop tools to work towards decolonizing pediatric healthcare
Learn pearls and best practices to optimizing care in indigenous care and youth
Our second webinar "Jordan, Joyce, and Justice: Decolonizing Healthcare for Indigenous Children and Youth" With guest speakers Raven Dumont-Maurice,Samir Shaheen-Hussain, Alisha Tukkiapik and Teyohá:te Brant. Moderated by Darlene Kitty.
Moving Towards Cultural Safety, Reconciliation, and Anti-racism.
Our first event in the series is "Moving Towards Cultural Safety, Reconciliation, and Anti-racism withDr. Darlene Kitty, and guest speakers Dr. Nadin Gilroy and Dr. Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay and moderated byDr. Gabe Woollam, SRPC President.