SAVE THE DATE: Next course will begin May 5 and run until July 5 - 2019
Registration is Now Open!
NEW REGISTRATION FEES
All Health Professionals including Students: $150 + GST
For registration enquiries please contact email@example.com or 306-966-5539.
The course has been divided into 2 modules (5 topics), each of which is broken into relevant topics related to the theme of each module. Within each topic, you will be expected to respond with at least one post to one or more discussion questions (posting anonymously is also available).
Additionally, you will be supported to write a reflection on a major theme introduced in two of the topics. The process of reflective writing will encourage you to reflect on how your responses to others are influenced by your own culture and experiences.
Through your participation in the course, you will be able to:
- Explore how ‘cultural genocide’ led to intergenerational trauma that impacts the health and wellness of Indigenous peoples
- Identify how the current health disparities faced by Indigenous peoples have their roots in their historical and current institutional experiences
- Explore how the current environment contributes to health disparities
Module 1 - Personal Reflection, Indigenous World View and How these Affect Health Care
Topic 1: How do my beliefs about health care influence the service I deliver to Indigenous people? Cultural beliefs, generalities, importance of self-reflection, Indigenous health approach, access issues, world-view, community and family, Truth and Reconciliation, self-reflection journal
Topic 2: Intergenerational Trauma – Racism in Health Care: Trauma, colonialism, racism, a spiritual journey, interactive blog
Topic 3: Relationship Building and Communication Strategies to Enhance Cultural Safety: Myth busting, communication with Indigenous patients, interactive blog
Module 2 - Cultural Safety: How the Past informs the Present
Topic 4: Residential Schools & Intergenerational Trauma, Residential school experience stories, intergenerational trauma, determinants of health
Topic 5: What is Cultural Safety: Racism and stories, final self-reflection journal
This course is intended for health services staff who are not medically trained, as well as students interested in or already engaged in health science education. Enhance your ability to understand Indigenous history and culture, and communicate in a better way.
Any questions concerning accreditation can be directed to:
Continuing Medical Education
College of Medicine
University of Saskatchewan
Other Health Professionals:
Participation in this course may be included as part of the continuing education and competence programs established by individual professional associations.
This online course is self-directed. Participants are expected to complete the online modules at their own pace, within their registered twelve-week session. Sessions will be available to commence on November 30, 2018 to February 28, 2019. Access will cease on March 1, 2019.