First Nations Health Transformation Summit
FIRST NATIONS HEALTH TRANSFORMATION SUMMIT:
Getting the Relationships Right:
Health Governance in the Era of Reconciliation
February 13-14, 2018
Fairmont Royal York Hotel
100 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario
The First Nations Health Transformation Summit is an opportunity for First Nations, the federal government, and provinces/territories to come together to develop shared priorities and determine next steps towards closing jurisdictional gaps in First Nations health. Come and share/hear about important innovations in First Nations health systems governance from across the country.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
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- First Nations leadership;
- Federal, Provincial/Territorial Health officials;
- Leaders and Innovators in health, particularly health governance;
- Professional Health Associations; and,
- Health Directors.
in for the Summit at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel, 100 Front Street W, on Monday, February 12, 2018, between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm
to be eligible for a great prize.
The Summit will also feature an Information Fair with exhibitors showcasing information, products and services with innovative approaches in First Nations health from Associations, Government partners, businesses and others. Please stop by the booths and learn more; maybe you will win a prize!
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The Assembly of First Nations’ (AFN) 2018 First Nations Health Transformation Summit is a unique opportunity to learn more about transformational approaches to First Nations health including: historical pre-contact health systems and the inherent and treaty right to health; innovative ways to address transformation change across jurisdictions; and, international approaches to Indigenous health transformation.
There will also be opportunities to dialogue with your fellow delegates in a number of areas such as: relationship building; funding sustainability; legal, legislative and licensing hurdles; reciprocal accountability; and, capacity development.
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