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NCC for Aboriginal Health - What’s new is really old: Trauma informed health practices through an understanding of historic trauma

Sujets: Santé environnementale et autochtones Emplacement: Général, Canada

Speakers:
Dr. Patricia Makokis and Dr. Margo Greenwood

Description:
Trauma informed health practices are the latest buzz words in the health field. The new is really the old. Teachings of the Elders and the practicing of these teachings have been the saving graces for many Indigenous Nations, amidst the adversity of historic trauma and the resultant complexities of grief and loss and lateral violence.

In this time of reconciliation, many Nations are slowly coming to terms (and actually starting to speak of historic trauma). These topics are not only complex, but at a community level, they’ve contributed to significant pain mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically.

This webinar will be presented by Dr. Patricia Makokis, of the University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension, and Dr. Margo Greenwood, of Northern Health and the National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH). Dr. Makokis will speak from a community-based perspective, while Dr. Greenwood will speak to her work within the regional provincial health authority and the NCCAH. Both have worked in the field of community-based health for a number of years.

For additional information, speaker bios, webinar goals, and recommended readings please see the email notice for this webinar at: http://conta.cc/2nkCPRp

Please note, webinar registration is limited to 500 participants. This webinar will be recorded; by registering for this webinar you are providing your consent to this recording. Webinar registration and delivery is in English only.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3708268272629142785

Date de l'événementavr 21, 2017
10:00 - 11:30
HAP
Date d'affichageavr 10, 2017
Type d'emplacementEn ligne
Emplacement: Canada