This Community of Practice will help to create a safe space and bring together direct service workers, from various organizations, who currently provide services and support to individuals in the local KFL&A area.
Join this talk on September 28 @ 3 pm. Dr. Ryan Meili is a family physician in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan who is passionate about health equity and healthy public policy. He will be discussing his latest book.
RISE - the Rapid-Improvement Support and Exchange - provides evidence-based support to OHTs, using a ‘rapid learning and improvement’ lens. They offer many ongoing virtual events. Learn more about RISE...
With deep respect and humility, we acknowledge that the FLA OHT is located on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat Nations, as well as the territories of other rural and urban Indigenous community members including Métis, Inuit, and other First Peoples from across the Turtle Island.
We stand upon land that carries the footsteps of Peoples of Indigenous ancestry who have been here for thousands of years. We have an opportunity to learn from each other, improve relationships and promote respect for the past, present and future. We are thankful to share, learn, work, play and grow on these lands as we work together to build a new health-care system that will be inclusive and equal for all.
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