The Indigenous Health Research Advisory Committee (IHRAC) Workshop
This workshop is geared towards researchers, trainees, health clinicians, collaborators, stakeholders, patients and community-based researchers. However, we invite anyone who is interested in learning about Indigenous perspectives in health research, Two-Eyed Seeing, patient engagement practices and community engagement.
The content derives from more than 10 years of experience collaborating with Indigenous-led, community-based research with First Nations in rural and urban communities in Canada, as well as informed by survey results of Chronic Pain Network members from Spring of 2019.
Expected outcomes are individually-based, but the mindset is to enhance our knowledge base and understanding about Indigenous health by sharing stories about relational process, methods, collaboration, in a Two-Eyed Seeing approach to address Indigenous health and wellbeing.
The spirit of this workshop acknowledges that everyone is on a learning journey about Indigenous health and research; therefore, we invite you to expand your knowledge so that we can all become part of transformative change in health and research with Indigenous People.