Indigenous Cultural Safety Webinar Series: Session 3 of 5

Updated on: January 19, 2023

Event Overview:

The Joint Collaborative Committees invite you to join a virtual five-part series that will aim to provide physicians with a deeper understanding of Indigenous Cultural Safety and Trauma Informed Practice in healthcare. Although the sessions are connected, physicians do not need to attend all five.

Each webinar will be based on the four elements (circle/wheel process): balance, emotions, physicality/relationality, and intellect and will be hosted by Indigenous Culture Safety facilitator, Harley Eagle.

Please be aware that each Indigenous Nation may have a different way of describing this and may utilize other visual symbols and teachings.

All webinars will be from 5 to 6:30pm and will require registration. Click here for more information and to register.

Session 3: Digging for the root and connecting dots – January 12th, 2023

Session 3 focuses on: 

  • Somatic Regulation: Exploring Cultural Safety from the Inside Out.

Session 2: Hearing our history and stories – December 8th, 2022

Session 2 focuses on: 

  • What is Indigenous Cultural Safety and why is it focused on Indigenous Peoples in BC?

November 10, 2022. Session 1 of 5: Setting the Tone and Building Trust. 

Session 1 focuses on: 

  • What is cultural safety and cultural humility and why is there a focus on Indigenous cultural safety? 

  • Connection Indigenous cultural safety and its learning journey/process to addressing larger systemic issues we face in our society.

Next Session:

Session 3: Digging for the root and connecting dots – January 12th, 2023