Indigenous Cultural Safety (ICS) Collaborative Learning Series Webinars

The learning series is focused on exploring anti-Indigenous racism, discrimination and cultural safety, identifying how each informs our systems, why they persist, and how we can address them.

Each webinar is around an 1-1.5 hours. Webinar Titles and themes include:
• Setting the Context for Indigenous Cultural Safety: Facing Racism in Health
• Racism and Privilege in the Everyday
• The “Raced” Body: Reflecting on Clinical Encounters
• Racism, Reconciliation, and Indigenous Cultural Safety
• Deconstructing Racism Strategies for Organizational Change
• Critical Race Theory and its Implication for Indigenous Cultural Safety Indigenous Health Equity: Examining Racism as an Indigenous Social Determinant of Health
• Addressing Anti-Indigenous Racism in Health Care: Strategies for Implementing System-level Change
• Cultural Safety in the Classroom: Addressing Anti-Indigenous Racism in Education Settings
• Racism Hurts: Exploring the Health Impacts of Anti-Indigenous Racism
• Transforming Organizations: The Crucible of Change
• Spirit Bear’s Guide to Reconciliation
• The Case for Quality: Lessons, Legacies and Landmines
• Status Quo: How health system design prevents impactful transformation of Indigenous patient care
• Two Spirit and Indigiqueer cultural safety: Considerations for relational practice and policy
• Weaving Indigenous Wisdom Traditions: The Grandmothers Speak

Learning Objectives: Knowledge and perspectives to support the strengthening of Indigenous cultural safety in health and social services.

Webinar Access: These webinars are hosted on an external site and can be accessed by clicking on the following link: https://www.icscollaborative.com/webinars

Please note that this is not a course and completion does not lead to a certificate.


Island Health - All

1 hr 30 mins
22150

These layered and scaffolded learning webinars are about 1-1.5 hours each

Please Note:There is no need to register to access these webinars. However, clicking on the 'Register Course' button will create a course link on your LearningHub homepage, allowing you to access the website at your convenience.

Prior to attending educational sessions, you must obtain approval from your manager or supervisor if attending on scheduled work time (or if you expect to be reimbursed if attending outside of work time). Download this form, have it signed and then keep it for your records. Thank you.

Contact Info

DEVEREAUX, FIONA M

fiona.devereaux@islandhealth.ca

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