Upcoming Sessions

March 5th, 2024 – Knucwectsut.s (Help yourself) with Wayne M. Christian

March 5th, 2024 – Knucwectsut.s (Help yourself) with Wayne M. Christian

Learn about Intergenerational Healing begins with Self with Wenecwtsin (Wayne) Christian! We would like to reiterate that everyone is welcome to our UBCLC sessions. Our events aim to embody a safe space for everyone of all different backgrounds to have their opinions and voices equally heard. Date: Tuesday, March 5th, 2024 (PST) Time: 10 a.m. to […]

February 29th, 2024 – Dismantling Colonial Structures in Public Health: The Journeys of two First Nations Women – Jorden Hendry & Eryn Braley

February 29th, 2024 – Dismantling Colonial Structures in Public Health: The Journeys of two First Nations Women – Jorden Hendry & Eryn Braley

  In this webinar, Eryn and Jorden, two First Nations women and early career health leaders, discuss their journeys throughout higher education in public health – moving from merely surviving within a western institution to thriving with the cultivation of strong, Indigenous networks. They will then discuss the realizations that led to their careers dismantling […]

March 19th, 2024 – Healing Through Land, Jazz and History with Delbert Anderson

March 19th, 2024 – Healing Through Land, Jazz and History with Delbert Anderson

Anderson shares his project experience with the Bureau of Land Management, youth ensemble program and Diné artist research. Anderson will conduct an activity on how everyone can navigate life and will pass on Indigenous knowledge of how everyone can live in beauty, balance and harmony. We would like to reiterate that everyone is welcome to […]

March 21st, 2024 – Indigenous Peoples’ experiences and realities within the Canadian Healthcare system: What’s the impact on health outcomes?

March 21st, 2024 – Indigenous Peoples’ experiences and realities within the Canadian Healthcare system: What’s the impact on health outcomes?

Indigenous peoples have consistently faced health inequities in the Canadian Healthcare system, which have contributed to poorer outcomes. This disparity is still a reality for many Indigenous peoples seeking care. It is important to understand how systemic racism and stereotypes influence the care they receive today. The SBME Indigenous Engagement Committee in collaboration with the […]