Urban Indigenous Response to COVID-19
Credit:Dalla Lana School of Public Health
The Indigenous peoples of Canada contend with unique and heightened challenges in the face of the mounting COVID-19 pandemic.
The webinar’s purpose is Indigenous Community Spreading Prevention and Increasing Capacity for Health Service and Policy Solutions by asking the question: How do urban Indigenous Peoples access and use health services for COVID-19, and what culturally-based health information and services are most effective at preventing and ending COVID-19?
The webinar’s objective is information-sharing regarding Indigenous knowledge’s, resources, and services, and supporting urban Indigenous community networks. The process and information of the webinar will be informed by Traditional Knowledges Keepers (Elders, Healers, Teachers) and Indigenous health experts.
To learn more, tune in on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at noon for a live webinar with leading Indigenous voices in Toronto
Moderator: Dr. Suzanne L. Steward, PhD, C.Psych
Dr. Michael Anderson, MD
Clayton Shirt, Traditional Knowledge Keeper
Christine Skura, Registered Nurse