2018/19 NCCIH Webinar Resources Now Online
The NCCIH has increasingly been using webinars as knowledge translation resources. From occasional webinars held in previous years, the NCCIH is now offering, alone and in partnership with other organizations, several webinars annually as part of its webinar series. The 2015 inaugural webinar in this series, a presentation by Dr. Charlotte Loppie from the University of Victoria on “Anti-Aboriginal Racism in Canada: A Social Determinant of Health,” was attended by over 240 people, including several international participants.
Since then, we have held another eleven webinars, ranging on topics related to Metis identity, cultural safety, reconciliation and public health, the need for health humanities in unsettling colonial medicine, children’s rehabilitation services, anti-Indigenous racism in healthcare delivery, the legacy of Indian hospitals, and the importance of Indigenous languages as a determinant of health.
- Anti-Aboriginal Racism in Canada: A Social Determinant of Health, October 2015
- Knowing who you are: Métis history, identity and the Métis Nation today, January 2016
- Cultural safety for Indigenous peoples: A determinant of health, February 2016
- Re-thinking family violence: Centering Indigenous knowledges, March 2016
- Two Spirit! Let’s Hear It! - An Introduction to Two-Spirit Health, April 2017
- What's new is really old: Trauma informed health practices through an understanding of historic trauma, April 2017
- Reconciliation and Public Health, January 2018
- Structures of Indifference, September 2018
- Health Humanities and Unsettling Colonial Medicine, March 2018
- Culturally Safe Children’s Rehabilitation, June 2018
- Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada, 1920s – 1980s, December 2018
- Indigenous Languages, January 2019