COVID-19: Perspectives from our work in partnership with First Nations communities in Saskatchewan
Indigenous Community Voices on Covid-19 Webinar #1: recorded on June 30, 2020
Empowering and strengthening capacity with partner First Nations through prevention, testing, and health promotion strategies with the Indigenous Wellness Research Community Network and Wellness Wheel Medical Clinic
Co-hosts: the NEIHR National Coordinating Centre and the First Nations and Métis Health Research Network (SK-NEIHR)
- Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose is an Anishinabe (Ojibwe) with membership in M'Chigeeng First Nation in Ontario and is an active citizen of Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. She is the Research Director of the Indigenous Wellness Wheel Medical Clinic in Saskatchewan, an associate professor with Educational Psychology and Counselling at the University of Regina, and a Principal Investigator in the CIHR-funded Saskatchewan First Nations and Métis Health Research Network
- Dr. Stuart Skinner is a medical doctor with expertise in HIV and infectious disease treatment and prevention, one of the COVID-19 lead physicians for acute care in Regina, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, Clinical Director of Wellness Wheel, and a Principal Investigator in the CIHR funded First Nations and Métis Health Research Network.
Indigenous Primary Health Care and Policy Research (IPHCPR) Network
Congratulations to the Indigenous Primary Health Care and Policy Research (IPHCPR) Network in Alberta on their launch! Check out the video from June 25, 2020.
The Indigenous Primary Health Care and Policy Research (IPHCPR) Network is an Alberta-based research network for improving Primary Health Care with Indigenous peoples.
Check out their new website for more information.