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Anderson, and Elizabeth Richardson. Aboriginal people in Toronto may face premature death: study CBC. Ontario has the highest number of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Of the total 1,, persons of Aboriginal ancestry in Canada in , , The Aboriginal population has generally noted they have experienced culturally insensitive healthcare they receive and have noted that at times they also meet with subtle and overt racism.
One of the proposed solutions is to train all front line health care professionals in the area of Aboriginal cultural safety. The results of our initial environmental scan indicated that except for medical schools, a few nursing schools and schools with Aboriginal-specific curricula, all other programmes had little to no Aboriginal content in their curriculum. It is our belief that in order for front line health care and social services workers to provide culturally competent care for Aboriginal clients, students require exposure to Aboriginal cultural sensitivity training.
Her description of the term explained that cultural safety moves beyond cultural sensitivity and cultural competence i. Topics for the cultural safety module include Indigenous worldviews, impacts of colonization Indian Act, Residential School System , health determinants and health outcomes, gaps in mainstream health and social services for Aboriginal service users, and concepts of health and healing in an Aboriginal context.
Learners will gain a better understanding of the historical, political and cultural issues that impact the health of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Learners will understand Aboriginal concepts of health and healing. Source: Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada. Colonial and Post-Colonial Policies. Presentation in pdf format, Part1.
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You are here: Home. All Rights Reserved. She currently lives near Barrie, Ontario, and has been an active member of the Aboriginal community in this area for the past 20 years. As an educator on Aboriginal issues, she has conducted countless cultural awareness training sessions across a broad range of service sectors. She has also worked with Aboriginal communities, both on and off reserve, to develop healthy agency models and to further develop counseling skills with Aboriginal clients.
Kelly honours the wisdom and vision of her elders, both here and in the spirit realm, and acknowledges their guidance. She continues to seek their assistance on her ongoing journey. Boosho Hello , my name is Jo-Anne Absolon. My mother is a full blooded Ojibway woman from Flying Post First Nation in Northern Ontario and she met and married my father who immigrated to Canada from Great Britain when he was 19 years old. Growing up in Northern Ontario gave me the opportunity to spend time on the land and, like my ancestors, many lessons were learned. I consider myself privileged to carry some of the traditional knowledge of our ancestors.
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