• ‘Coming Together to Co-create Health Equity – an Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference’

    Start 6 February, 2020 at 7 15 AM

    End 8 February, 2020 at 4 30 PM

    February 7th & 8th 2020: McMaster University, David Braley Health Sciences Centre, Hamilton


    In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action, the Faculty of Health Science in collaboration with regional stakeholders and collaborators have developed a robust, Indigenous health education strategic plan. The education of health professionals regarding Indigenous health and well-being has been identified as a key priority. Similarly, educating the research community regarding an Indigenous research paradigm is an integral element related to health reform and has never been more relevant. As future healthcare practitioners, all health science students also need to learn and augment awareness of the socio-historical context of Indigenous health, cultural safety and anti-racism theory, and Indigenous ways of knowing related to health and well-being. The Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference will be an opportunity for our Indigenous community collaborators, students, healthcare practitioners, and Indigenous Traditional practitioners, researchers, and policy makers to learn more about these and other emerging topics.

  • Chanchlani Global Health Research Award and Lecture and student roundtable discussion

    Start 10 February, 2020, 10 AM

    End 6 30 PM

    Hamilton


    Each year, the Chanchlani Research Centre celebrates an outstanding scientist in the field whose research impacts global health through the Chanchlani Global Health Research Award.

  • Co-Design as a Lever for Transformative Change in Service Systems

    Start 18 March, 2020, 12 30 PM

    End 1 30 PM

    Hamilton


    Gillian Mulvale, Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management, DeGroote School of Business will discuss "Co-Design as a Lever for Transformative Change in Service Systems: What Happens when Youth, Family/Caregivers and Service Providers Work Together?"

  • Academic Mentorship in the Health Professions

    Start 26 March, 2020 at 12 30 PM

    End 27 March, 2020 at 1 PM

    Hamilton


    Hear from speakers discussing mentorship in the health professions. Including evidence of mentorship, mentorship & power, mentoring trainees, and systems & mentorship.

  • ‘Coming Together to Co-create Health Equity – an Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference’

    Start 6 February, 2020 at 7 15 AM

    End 8 February, 2020 at 4 30 PM

    February 7th & 8th 2020: McMaster University, David Braley Health Sciences Centre, Hamilton


    In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action, the Faculty of Health Science in collaboration with regional stakeholders and collaborators have developed a robust, Indigenous health education strategic plan. The education of health professionals regarding Indigenous health and well-being has been identified as a key priority. Similarly, educating the research community regarding an Indigenous research paradigm is an integral element related to health reform and has never been more relevant. As future healthcare practitioners, all health science students also need to learn and augment awareness of the socio-historical context of Indigenous health, cultural safety and anti-racism theory, and Indigenous ways of knowing related to health and well-being. The Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference will be an opportunity for our Indigenous community collaborators, students, healthcare practitioners, and Indigenous Traditional practitioners, researchers, and policy makers to learn more about these and other emerging topics.

  • Chanchlani Global Health Research Award and Lecture and student roundtable discussion

    Start 10 February, 2020, 10 AM

    End 6 30 PM

    Hamilton


    Each year, the Chanchlani Research Centre celebrates an outstanding scientist in the field whose research impacts global health through the Chanchlani Global Health Research Award.

  • Co-Design as a Lever for Transformative Change in Service Systems

    Start 18 March, 2020, 12 30 PM

    End 1 30 PM

    Hamilton


    Gillian Mulvale, Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management, DeGroote School of Business will discuss "Co-Design as a Lever for Transformative Change in Service Systems: What Happens when Youth, Family/Caregivers and Service Providers Work Together?"

  • Academic Mentorship in the Health Professions

    Start 26 March, 2020 at 12 30 PM

    End 27 March, 2020 at 1 PM

    Hamilton


    Hear from speakers discussing mentorship in the health professions. Including evidence of mentorship, mentorship & power, mentoring trainees, and systems & mentorship.

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