Over the last two years, the NE LHIN has provided Indigenous Cultural Safety on-line training to more than 400 people working in health care across Northeastern Ontario. These efforts are in keeping with the NE LHIN’s Aboriginal Health Care Reconciliation Action Plan, published in 2016, which identifies cultural competency as a core value. The Action plan recognizes the importance for all health service providers to develop cultural competency to better understand the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, the legacy of residential schools, and to learn approaches that deliver health services in a culturally safe manner.
NE LHIN has provided Indigenous Cultural Safety on-line trainingJune 1, 2018
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