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FNHMA Conference – Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day, Health Portfolio at the Assembly of First Nations will attend the FNHMA Conference
by ahnationtalk onOctober 18, 20161274 Views
Celebrating and Sharing our Inherent Knowledge in Health Leadership and Management FNHMA Annual National Conference
November 15-17, 2016
Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel – Vancouver, British Columbia
October 18, 2016
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) will once again participate in the FNHMA Annual National Conference. The AFN will help us kick-off the conference by delivering the Opening Plenary and will close the circle with our Closing Plenary. Come hear from Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day, Health Portfolio, Assembly of First Nations at our Opening Plenary and from Tobi Mitchell, Health Policy Analyst, Safe, Secure and Sustainable Communities, Assembly of First Nations who will provide an update on the AFN/FNIHB Joint Review of the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program at our Closing Plenary.
Our Thursday morning plenary Key Factors to Implement theFirst Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework in Your Community presented by Carol Hopkins the Executive of the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation, is one you don’t want to miss! This keynote address will provide an overview of key factors to guide implementation of the First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework to support community health planning and a First Nations service delivery model. The First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework relies on Indigenous culture as the foundation and describes Hope, Belonging, Meaning and Purpose as critical indicators of wellness. These indicators have been identified from sacred Indigenous Knowledge and community based knowledge and are valuable for monitoring wellness for First Nations families and communities while demonstrating the strengths of community programs and services.
Hotel Reservations – Reduced rate available until Friday, October 21
A reserved block of rooms is being held under FNHMA at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel until October 21, 2016 at a rate of $189 for a standard room in single or double occupancy.
By phone – reserve by calling the hotel directly at 604-683-1234. Please refer to the FNHMA Conference 2016 block of rooms to obtain our group rate. Online – click here to make your hotel reservation online.
Additional sponsors: Accreditation Canada
Canadian Accreditation Council
CARE – Community Alert & Response for Elders
Libertas Tobacco Treatment Inc.
LifeLabs Medical Laboratories
Mental Health Commission of Canada