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Indigenous Cultural Safety Webinar Series
The Joint Collaborative Committees (JCCs) have prioritized partnering with Indigenous communities and is committed to walking with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples on our collective journey to ensure Indigenous patients have access to culturally safe health care in BC.
In an effort to align with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples, The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and British Columbia’s In Plain Sight Report, we ground our journey in the meaningful relationships with continue to build with Indigenous communities, Elders and Knowledge Keepers, the Ministry of Health, and the First Nation Health Authority and BC’s other health authorities.
There is no simple fix for the systemic racism that exists in health care but we are committed to adopting a process of constant learning, educating, and evolving.
The Joint Collaborative Committees partnered with Indigenous Culture Safety facilitator, Harley Eagle and delivered a five-part webinar series that provided physicians with a deeper understanding of Indigenous Cultural Safety and Trauma Informed Practice in healthcare. Panelists shared their own experiences of striving to practice in culturally safe ways and shared opportunities to address the growing interest and urgency around Truth and Reconciliation, Trauma Informed Practice (TIP), and Indigenous Specific Racism.
Session 1: Harley Eagle
Session 2: N’alag̱a / Ḵ’áw kuuna (Avis O’Brien)
Session 3: Dr Rahul Gupta
Session 4: Dr Dana Hubler
Session 5: Drs Terri Aldred, Raymond Chaboyer & David Tu