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Lisa Boivin uses the Indigenous methodology of collage to respond to the dearth of Indigenous content in healthcare curricula. While there is, literature revealing clinical barriers caused by colonialism, intergenerational trauma and a lack of cultural safety it is incomplete because they do not offer strength-based narratives that authentically reflect the identity of Indigenous people.
During this session, Lisa will confront some of the colonial problems that arise in clinical practice and offer Indigenous teachings to resolve them.
By the end of this workshop you will be able to
- Develop skills related to critical and creative thinking, inquiry, and reflection.
- Explore how different ways of knowing shape health practice.
- Examine how cultural beliefs and values influence our understanding of and approaches to health.
- Consider patient perspectives and narratives as tools for fostering better relationships.
- Explore the role of health professionals in modern society as a product of history, culture, and the social structure.
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Facilitator: Susan Wingert and guest speaker Dr. Lisa Boivin, PhD (c)
Ashley LaRosa Faculty Development Coordinator Office of Educational and Faculty Development S204, Medical Services Building, Bannatyne Campus Rady Faculty of Health Sciences Ashley.LaRosa@umanitoba.ca 204-272-3102 phone 204-272-3169 fax