Video now available! Eshwiitood * Ni-Kwayachi-Kuskehtanan: Ready, willing and able!

On May 8 and 9, during the CAHR Conference in Saskatoon, a workshop was held for Peers, community-based organizations and allies to learn more about Indigenous CBR. Sessions during this workshop included cultural teachings about sacred medicines, as well as teachings from the Jingle Dress dance. Participants had a chance to discuss topics ranging from safe consumption sites to immune system adaptation sequencing. Support for this event was provided by CAHR, Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR), Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH), Universities Without Walls, REACH, Saskatchewan HIV/AIDS Research Endeavour (SHARE), CanHepC and the University of Saskatchewan.

SCPOR (Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research) has produced a video about the Indigenous CBR Ancillary session at CAHR this year (Eshwiitood* Ni-Kwayachi-Kuskehtanan**- Ready, Willing, and Able!). Watch the video here!

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