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CHNC Professional Development Webinar Series: Adopting Indigenous Cultural Safety, Humility, and Anti-Racism into Community Health Nursing
CHNC is pleased to announce the 2023-2024 CHNC Professional Development Webinar Series! Between April 2023 to April 2024, the Community Health Nurses of Canada will host a series of webinars as a lead up to the National CHNC Conference in 2024 (date and location forthcoming). 

The April and May 2023 webinars are a 2 part series entitled Adopting Indigenous Cultural Safety, Humility, and Anti-Racism into Community Health Nursing presented by Dawn Tisdale. These webinars have been generously sponsored by the First Nations Health Authority.

Dawn Tisdale is a Registered Nurse of mixed Mi’kmaq and European ancestry and is the Indigenous Senior Professional Practice Lead for BC Children & Women’s Hospitals Indigenous Health Program. Dawn is responsible for organizational Indigenous Cultural Safety policy, innovation, education and research with a focus on children and women’s health. Dawn’s leadership experience in nursing and health care policy has focused on supporting the rights of Indigenous-led health care to create culturally safe systems. Previously Dawn served as a lead with the San’yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training Program and with the Association of Registered Nurses of BC as the Professional Development Lead. Dawn’s health career began in community support work and as a registered nurse in medicine, palliative care and health policy. Dawn also works with nursing schools across the country to implement Indigenous cultural safety into nursing practice and pedagogy. Dawn’s research and advocacy efforts are grounded in disrupting anti-Indigenous racism in support of health equity to improve access and services for Indigenous peoples. Most importantly, she is committed to heart centered leadership to support systems change.
Apr 10, 2023 12:00 PM
May 10, 2023 12:00 PM
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