This five-part series is being hosted by Indigenous Culture Safety facilitator, Harley Eagle. Session 2 will include keynote speaker, N’alaga, Avis O’Brien as she shares her personal journey as a Haida and Kwakwaka’wakw woman, highlighting the intersectionality of colonial genocide, systemic separation from Indigenous identity, land and culture, and the mental health and addiction struggles that come as a result. She will also discuss how Indigenous Peoples can heal through a connection to land and culture. Physicians will be offered tangible tools for offering health care that is rooted in belonging and cultural safety
Please note that registration for each separate webinar is required for this province-wide event and although the sessions are connected, physicians do not need to attend all five.
For more information on key speakers, resources, sessional payments, registration and to listen to session one, go to visit the Collaborate on Health site.
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