National Aboriginal Health Forum


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Report Code: ABP15005.  May, 2015  |  Calgary, AB

ARTICLE 1: The Challenges for Indigenous Health and Wellness: Understanding the Health Inequities Faced by First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples

Dr. Malcolm King
Simon Fraser University. Faculty of Health Sciences
Scientific Director, CIHR Institute of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health

ARTICLE 2: Whose Jurisdiction? – Integrative Measures for Better Data Management and Information Sharing

Bonnie Healy
Operations Manager
Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre

ARTICLE 3: Penticton Indian Band Health Services Journey

Lynn Kruger
Health Programs Manager
Penticton Indian Band

ARTICLE 4:  Advancing Traditional Medicine: Removing the Stigma against Traditional and Western Medicine

Chief Catherine Merrick
Cross Lake Band of Indians

ARTICLE 5: Community Outreach: Developing Sustainable Wellness Strategies

Dr. Sangita Sharma
Endowed Chair in Aboriginal Health
Professor of Aboriginal and Global Health Research
University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine

ARTICLE 6: What Makes University-Community Programs Sustainable: Questions to Consider –

Katherine Wisener
Program Manager, Undergraduate Portfolio
The University of British Columbia
Faculty of Medicine, Faculty Development

ARTICLE 7:  Cultural Safety in Integrated Health Services

Andrea L.K. Johnston
Chief Executive Officer
Johnston Research Inc.

Dr. Darlene Kitty
Director, Aboriginal Program
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine
President, Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada

ARTICLE 8: “Wii Kwan De Taa” (Bringing People Together for a Sacred Purposed)

Lori Flinders, MSW/RSW, CFNHM
Acting Executive Director/Director of Behavioral Health Sciences
Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services