iCON-VCH Indigenous Health Rounds 2021/22

Session 1: Intergenerational trauma and the impacts of colonial history on the health and wellbeing of Indigenous people.
Date and Time: Friday, November 12, 2021 12-1:30 PM

Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Gain an understanding of the impacts of colonial history and intergenerational trauma on the health and wellness of Indigenous communities and people.
  2. Consider the intersections among historical and contemporary forms of violence and the pathways of harm including stigma, discrimination and epigenetics.
  3. Describe the historical and contemporary impacts of the residential school system, Indian Day School, foster care and other forms of state incursion on the health and wellness of Indigenous communities.
  4. Explore how health care professionals can work to create culturally and emotionally safe organizations and practices, and contribute to meaningful change in health care cultures.

Health care providers, allied healthcare professionals, Indigenous Traditional Practitioners, health administrators, health policy makers, healthcare workers, and affiliated faculty, staff, and students.

1 hr 30 mins
24559

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Contact Info

Ng, Suzanne

suzanne.ng@ubc.ca

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