Cultural Safety Through Humility

Janene Erickson & Katie Skelton
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This webcast is eligible for 1 SAC CEE (Category K).

Presented by Janene Erickson & Katie Skelton

Intended audience: Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathology Assistants, Audiology Assistants, Speech and Hearing Assistants, Students

This session pertains to:Adult (18-64), Seniors (64+)>

Level: Introductory/Intermediate (Assumes that the participant has little to general familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered.)

Through the signing of declarations with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), health leaders in British Columbia have committed to building a culturally safe health system, developing cultural humility and fostering an environment of cultural safety. Given the current landscape of reconciliation in Canada, there is an opportunity to explore cultural safety and humility together through a First Nations approach — to transform the present through the lessons of the past, building a better future. Join us for an opportunity to learn about FNHA’s vision and tools for a safe and humble health system in BC and how these lessons can be applied more broadly.