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Embrace the rich traditions and knowledge of Indigenous nursing at our special event recognizing Indigenous Nurses. We have an engaging topic that will focus on cultural competency and holistic approaches to health from an Indigenous perspective.
Special guest speaker - Lori Healy:
Lori Healy, an Indigenous nurse from the Blood Tribe and Blackfoot community, and ULethbridge alumna, will share insights into her journey as an Indigenous nurse, and provide a unique perspective on the role of Indigenous nurses and the importance of cultural understanding in health care.
- Cultural Competency
- Cultural Sensitivity
- Two eye-seeing approaches in health care
Special activity: Join us for an engaging activity presented and guided by Trista Shade, a current ULethbridge nursing student and Indigenous nursing representative for the Nursing Association.
Date: November 23, 2023
Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Iikasskini (Low Horn) Gathering Centre (W650)
This event is in partnership with the Nursing Association and Indigenous Mental Health Outreach Program (Wellness Wednesday Initiative) and Iikiasskini Indigenous Services.
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