Sept 26, 2019 – Regional Health Survey with FNHA


This session will touch on the following points:

  • The context & history of the First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS)
  • Provincial results from selected indicators
  • Knowledge exchange activities that are being conducted
  • Report release and how to request access to RHS data
  • A sneak peek at the RHS4

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Date: Thursday, September 26th, 2019 (PST)
Time: 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Where: Videoconference OR internet webinar.
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Thank you Kathryn and Elena for sharing about the FNHA Regional Health Survey!

About the Presenters:

Kathryn Berry-Einarson
Kathryn has worked with the First Nations Health Authority in several roles since June 2015. Currently, she is the Manager of Surveys & Data Secretariat with the Research and Knowledge Exchange team and is responsible for leading a large, on-reserve First Nations health survey project in BC.  Previously, she was the Manager of Population Health and Wellness in the Office of the Chief Medical Officer, where she managed population health reporting projects. Kathryn has worked with Indigenous peoples in the health care field since 2000, including as an Education Coordinator at the UBC Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health. In her spare time, she can be found cycling the dikes of Port Coquitlam on her bike with her 22-month-old daughter Natalie in search of fine local beer. She acknowledges her Settler status as a White, cisgendered woman and is honoured to have lived her entire life on the traditional, unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.



Elena Szefer
Elena Szefer is a settler working as the Senior Coordinator of Data Collection and Analysis with the First Nations Regional Health Survey team at the First Nations Health Authority. She is currently working on engaging with regions to conduct knowledge exchange for RHS3 and planning for RHS4. She will be coordinating data collection for the upcoming RHS.
Elena holds a Master of Science degree in Statistics from Simon Fraser University and has previously worked in clinical trials and medical health studies in BC and abroad.




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