The UBC Learning Circle welcomes everyone to be part of the learning journey!

We welcome you to take part in the UBC Learning Circle, an ongoing video conference and computer webinar initiative that encourages sharing knowledge about our health and well-being. The UBC Learning Circle is a partnership between the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health and the First Nations Health Authority. Our intention is to provide educational and informational opportunities to health care workers and professionals in First Nations communities. The knowledge comes from your sharing of successful health practices and interventions, speakers, researchers and other experts.


The topics we cover can often be sensitive or emotionally triggering. Please make sure that you are looking after yourself. If at any point you feel that you need to talk to a friend, Elder, counselor, or family member: don’t hesitate to do so. Check out our Counselling Support Page.


Upcoming Sessions in 2021

 

Despite federal and global commitments to addressing and resolving health inequities, Indigenous Peoples in what is presently known as Canada continue to face persistent and pervasive barriers to accessing culturally appropriate care and achieving equity. With its roots in colonialism, the very system intended to support and heal people is failing Indigenous populations; in many instances it is causing harm…Learn more and Register here 

 

Throughout Northern BC, rural and remote Indigenous communities face various barriers to accessing both timely and culturally appropriate healthcare services. During this session, we will present three HPV self-collection projects currently underway in Northern BC that are working to increase cervical cancer screening.  Together, we will present the importance of cervix screening, the successes of each project, and some lessons learned to date, particularly in these times of COVID-19… Learn more and Register here 

 


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