This blog post, written by Tara White, Registered Occupational Therapist and PhD in Health Student at Dalhousie University, speaks to her journey connecting with her Indigenous culture and ancestry.
This video, filmed and edited by Chris Holland, Graduate Student at Dalhousie Univeristy, capture the Co-Learning Health Research Summit that took place at the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre. This Summit was held on June 13-14th, 2019 to collaboratively inform the development of the Wabanaki-Labrador Indigenous Health Research Network.
This blog post was written by Jocelyn Paul, a Graduate student at Dalhousie University whose research focuses on Indigenous health, touches on her experience at the Co-Learning Health Research Summit as a Mi’kmaq woman.
This video blog by John R. Sylliboy, PhD Student at McGill University, focuses on using Two-Eyed Seeing as a way to undertake respectful, meaningful, and impactful Indigenous health Research.