Nursing Indigenous News
Cindy Myo brings new skills gained from graduate certificates into her acute care practice as Edmonton RN
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Maclean releases results of 20 top-ranking schools for nursing programs in Canada
Schumacher 2023: Siksika nursing alumna talks about health, healing and Indigenous knowledge at 10th annual lecture
Debbie Smith, BN'94, coordinator of Iiyikinaami – Spirit Helper program at Old Sun Community College says fusing of Indigenous and Western ways will move health care forward for everyone
Carla Ginn publishes ‘Connection With the Creator So Our Spirits Can Stay Alive’
Michelle Scott plans to weave Indigenous knowledge and worldviews into teaching and learning practices
Indigenous Initiatives Events
Check out this website developed by a Term 3 student group in NURS289 Fall 2021.
Find resources available for faculty, staff and students to increase their knowledge around the socio-economic issues and culturally appropriate care for Indigenous populations. Build awareness around Indigenous people's culture, strengths and history.
International Women's Day March 8
Our Indigenous Initiatives director Michelle Scott gave a keynote at the The Elspeth Heyworth Centre celebration of #InternationalWomensDay on March 2.
Wall art creates brave space for Indigenous nursing students
The Gathering Space is meant to be a place for Indigenous nursing students to study, regroup, and connect, and its corner location on the lower level of the Professional Faculties Building is unassuming.
In January 2019, Blackfoot artist Kalum Teke Dan painted a mural that will inspire not only the Indigenous community, but anyone who ventures into the space.
TRC call-to-action a springboard for change
The Faculty of Nursing's path toward Indigenization focuses on cultural safety and helping vulnerable populations. Cultural safety includes practices that recognize and respect the unique cultural identity of Indigenous people.