Joint Collaborative Committees

Registration is required and although the sessions are connected, physicians do not need to attend all five.

All webinars are scheduled from 5 to 6:30 pm.

Session 1: Setting the tone and building trust – November 10th, 2022

Key Speaker: 

Presentation by Harley Eagle, MA. He is Dakota and Ojibway, a member of Whitecap Dakota First Nation, and is an Indigenous facilitator and consultant.

Agenda

  • Welcome, land/territory acknowledgment, and a word about Indigenous Protocols
  • Overview of the purpose of these sessions and explanation of the Circle/Wheel process
  • Introductions (small group exercise)
  • What is Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility and why is there a focus on Indigenous Cultural Safety
  • Connecting Indigenous Cultural Safety, its learning journey/process to addressing larger systemic issues we face in society
  • Time for participant reflections, comments & questions
  • Closing

Session 1 is now available for viewing online here

Session 2: Hearing our history and stories – December 8th, 2022

Key Speaker: 

Presentation by N’alag̱a / Ḵ’áw kuuna (Avis O’Brien), a Haida/Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw artist and Land Based Cultural Empowerment Facilitator.

Agenda:

  • What is Indigenous Cultural Safety and why is it focused on Indigenous Peoples in BC?

Session 3: Digging for the root and connecting dots – January 12th, 2023

Key Speaker: 

Presentation by Dr. Rahul Gupta. A settler born on the lands of the Anishinaabe people and now lives and works on the ancestral and unceded lands of the shíshálh and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nations.

Agenda includes:

  • Somatic Regulation: Exploring Cultural Safety from the Inside Out

Session 4: Finding a way forward together – February 9th, 2023

Key Speaker: 

Content to come

Agenda includes:

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Session 5: Tying it all together and continued support – March 9th, 2023

Key Speaker: 

Content to come

Agenda includes:

  • Content to come