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ECHO Ontario First Nations, Inuit and Métis Wellness
New cycle begins soon!
The fifth cycle of ECHO Ontario First Nations, Inuit and Métis Wellness will launch October 26, 2022. Fall Module: October to December 2022 (six sessions) Winter Module: January to February 2023 (six sessions) Time: Wednesdays 12:00-2:00 PM EST
Why attend? ECHO Ontario First Nations, Inuit and Métis Wellness aims to create a community of practice for individuals that serve First Nations, Inuit and/or Métis clients/patients through Indigenous healthcare services/organizations, and will promote an integrated approach to health and wellness that values medical and Indigenous knowledge. This ECHO program is designed with a ‘Two eyed seeing’ lens incorporating the medicine wheel, traditional ways of knowing and clinical western medical practice.
Who can attend? Providers mandated to support First Nations, Inuit or Métis clients/patients in Ontario. Individuals must be working with First Nations, Inuit and/or Métis people to attend. The programming is free –all we require from individuals who want to attend is to: 1) complete a registration form (i.e., we cannot register groups), and 2) ensure suitability to the target audience (see below).
To register and confirm if you fit the target audience, click on the button below.