IPHCC Presents: Using Culturally Safe Practices to Build Meaningful Relationships with Indigenous Communities

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The third and final webinar in the series will focus on using culturally safe practices to build meaningful relationships with Indigenous organizations and communities. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to recognize existing barriers or obstacles that may explain why mainstream organizations are struggling to engage and build partnerships with Indigenous organizations and identify potential next steps that can be taken to continue their cultural safety journey so that relationship-building can be approached with sensitivity and care. As with the previous two sessions, this webinar will highlight the importance of developing equal partnerships with Indigenous communities so that Indigenous perspectives are meaningfully incorporated into larger program and policy decisions that impact Indigenous populations.


  • BB#1: Defined patient population
  • BB#3: Patient partnership
  • BB#4: Patient care
  • BB#6: Leadership & governance

Target audience

  • Broader health system partners
  • Cohort 1
  • Cohort 2
  • Cohort 3
  • In-development teams

Target OHT role/function

  • Communications leads
  • cQIP leads
  • Decision-support leads
  • Digital health leads
  • Executive/ administrative leads
  • Health information management leads
  • Implementation leads
  • Other clinical leads
  • Patient and family engagement leads
  • Patient, family and caregiver partners
  • Performance management and accountability leads
  • Primary-care leads
  • Priority population working-group leads
  • Privacy leads