A Mile in Our Moccasins (2018) “is a short film that was co-created by five Indigenous youth who are living with HIV. The vision behind the film is to combat HIV stigma, address HIV myths and misconceptions, while awakening compassion, education, and understanding in those who view it.” This incredibly courageous and moving film may be viewed here.
- Congratulations to our Elder Roberta Price on her co-authored study that integrates cultural practices to help Indigenous women recover from the trauma of partner violence.
- Cuystwi and Ask Auntie are part of a series of online training resources developed by Indigenous Youth Wellness for youth and youth workers.
- Registration is open for the BC Rural Health Conference.
- Resources for BC health care providers and people living with chronic pain.
- Twelve tips for improvement-oriented evaluation of competency-based medical education. Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1552783). (Thank you Dr. Ross)
- Adopting a learning stance: An essential tool for competency development (Thank you Dr. Lacasse)
- Virtual reality may enhance the lives of seniors.
- Struggling with making change stick? Try these 3 creative exercises.
- UBC’s Primary Care Innovation Support Unit takes on team-based care.
- Hospitals turn to housing to help homeless patients.
- More than $30 million awarded to five Canadian universities for state-of-the-art research equipment.
- Tools for tracking down guidelines.
Have a great weekend! Know before you go and drive safe.