Online Forum: Why Reconciling Ways of Knowing?

We are pleased to announce the first dialogue in the series we will bring you over the coming months: Why Reconciling Ways of Knowing?  This episode will stream live on July 27, 2020 at 10:00 am Pacific / 12:00 pm Central / 2:00 pm Atlantic. Moderator Valerie Courtois will facilitate a dialogue amongst Miles Richardson,…

Seminar: The Feast Centre for Indigenous STBBI Research: A Focus on Indigenous Method

What makes it possible for people with HIV to live longer and better lives? Some insights might be found among Canada’s Aboriginal communities. Join Randy Jackson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Aging & Society and in the School of Social Work, McMaster University, and Renée Masching, Co-Director of the Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Community-Based Research…

Registration Now Open: Indigenous Community Health & Research Conference

Date: Thursday, February 6th – Saturday, February 8th, 2020 Location: February 6th 2020: The Gathering Place by the Grand, Six NationsFebruary 7th &  8th  2020: McMaster University, David Braley Health Sciences Centre, Hamilton   The Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference is an opportunity for Indigenous community collaborators, students, healthcare practitioners, and Indigenous Traditional practitioners, researchers, and policy makers to learn more…

Indigenous Community Health & Research Conference (February 6th – 8th, 2020)

In partnership with the McMaster Indigenous Health Movement – Student Group and the McMaster Faculty of Health Science, the McMaster Indigenous Research Institute is pleased to announce the inaugural “Coming together to co-create health equity” an Indigenous Community Health and Research (ICHR) conference on February 6th – 8th, 2020. Through a socio-historical context, the inaugural…

Call for Abstracts: N.A.I.S.A. Pre-Conference Gathering on Indigenous Health and Well-Being

The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Pre-Conference Gathering on Indigenous Health and Well-Being welcomes abstract submissions (up to 250 words) from academics, students and community to discuss current Indigenous health and well-being related issues. The pre-conference is open to any subject area related to Indigenous health and well-being. The following themes are a…