Below is a list of available resources with information regarding cultural humility and cultural safety. These resources can also be used towards your continuing competency program. Click here for more information on the continuing education program. 

 

 

1. Aboriginal Health: For the Next Seven Generations for the Children

This course is intended to improve health outcomes for present and future generations of Aboriginal people and an opportunity for healthcare providers and members of the community to strengthen their cultural awareness competence and enhance their ability to establish culturally safe, respectful environments.

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2. Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility Webinars (FNHA)

These webinars includes 11 archived one hour sessions focusing on what health service staff and allies can do to understand and integrate cultural safety and humility into their practice or interaction with First Nations and Indigenous clients.

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3. What is Indigenous Cultural Safety – And Why Should I Care About It? 

This is a journal article was written by Cheryl Ward, Chelsea Branch, and Alycia Fridkin of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA).

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4. First Peoples, Second Class Treatment (Wellesley Institute)

This document explores the role of racism in the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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5. Health and Health Care Implications of Systemic Racism on Indigenous Peoples in Canada 

This document was prepared by the Indigenous Health Working Group of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada.

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