Integrating Cultural Safety & Humility in a Good Way: A Dialogue Circle

When January 21, 2021, 1200 to 1300
Where Zoom
Cost Free
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This is the fifth installment of Team Up! Team-Based Primary & Community Care in Action that aims to connect individuals and teams, identify tools to apply to current work underway and share experiences in team-based care across the province. Don’t miss this chance to Team Up! with the different members that make up care teams across the province and expand your vision of what working in team-based care could mean for you, your patients and your team!

This webinar will explore embedding cultural safety and humility into primary care practice. We are honoured to be joined by Syexwaliya (Ann-Louise Whonnock), Squamish Elder and Knowledge Keeper, Destinee Barrow, Regional Health Coordinator at Métis Nation BC, Dana Hubler, family physician on the lands of the K’ómoks Nation, and Jeffrey Beselt, community physician on the lands of the Kwadacha and Tsay Keh Dene Nations, for a virtual dialogue on culturally safe and humble primary care.

For more information about team-based care, contact info@teambasedcarebc.ca.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Explore the concepts of cultural safety & humility in team-based primary care.
  • Relate your experience(s) with team-based care to others working in primary and community care teams across BC.
  • Identify opportunities for strengthening team-based care at your local sites.

Speaker Bios

Syexwaliya (Ann-Louise Whonnock)

Syexwalia / Ann Whonnock  is an Elder & Knowledge Carrier from Squamish Nation & First Nations Health Authority Knowledge Keeper/Elder Advisor with strong Indigenous worldviews, ancestral knowledge and traditional teachings, widely respected and acknowledged for her work and energy commitment to her community.

Destinee Barrow

Coming soon!

Dana Hubler

I was born as a settler in the traditional territory of the Tsimshian people and I am now raising my family on the lands of the K’omoks Nation. As a family physician and as a citizen of this country, I am committed to doing my part to create a kinder and more equitable healthcare system. As a rural family physician, team-based care has always been a matter of survival and a source of joy.  When at play, you can find me growing food or flowers, hiking or whipping up some yummy food for my family.

Jeffrey Beselt

Coming soon!

Recordings

This webinar will be recorded and uploaded the team-based care resource page, along with other key materials shared from the session.

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