Indigenous health training is a journey, not a check-box

Learning to provide safe, culturally sensitive health care for Indigenous patients is a journey, not a check box. “[T]here is a clear need for systemic change within health care institutions to support staff participating in cultural safety training and to put that training into practice to create a culturally safe space for Indigenous individuals seeking health care.

» Read Western News’ overview of Lloy Wylie, PhD, and Stephanie McConkey, MPH ’15, MSc’18 research published in the International Journal of Indigenous Health

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