Upcoming Sessions

April 7th, 2020 – Taking Care of our Communities: A Wellness Series with the FNHA OCMO and Guests

April 7th, 2020 – Taking Care of our Communities: A Wellness Series with the FNHA OCMO and Guests

Taking Care of our Communities: A Wellness Series with the FNHA OCMO (Office of the Chief Medical Office) and Guests Summary: In collaboration with the FNHA OCMO and Chief Nursing Office, Nursing Services,  the UBC Learning Circle is proud to present the first session of our collaborative Wellness Series. Throughout the course of this series […]

April 9th,2020 – Wet’suwet’en Virtual Teach-In

April 9th,2020 – Wet’suwet’en Virtual Teach-In

Wet’suwet’en Virtual Teach-In: Title and Rights, State Action, and Media representation of Land Defenders During a time of separation and social distancing, join us for an opportunity to gather together for a virtual teach-in on the legal foundations of Wet’suwet’en Title and Rights and the treatment of the Wet’suwet’en land defenders and supporters in the […]

April 28th, 2020 – Gathering Our Medicine with Denise Findlay

April 28th, 2020 – Gathering Our Medicine with Denise Findlay

We are excited to welcome Denise Findlay back to the circle to share with us her latest work. Developed in collaboration with indigenous communities, The Gathering Our Medicine Program for caregivers of Indigenous Youth has been created in response to the unique and often complex needs of our young people who have been impacted by colonization […]

April 16th, 2020 –  Cultural Safety in the Face of a Pandemic: Historic and Contemporary Realities through a Trauma Informed Lens with Harley Eagle

April 16th, 2020 – Cultural Safety in the Face of a Pandemic: Historic and Contemporary Realities through a Trauma Informed Lens with Harley Eagle

This session will delve into cultural safety considerations in this time of pandemic. Harley Eagle will speak to how his work has shifted in the last few weeks to bring Cultural Safety considerations to health care providers, primarily physicians, in rural and remote settings as they struggle to deal with the COVID 19 crisis. In […]