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Series Description

FNIHB Telehealth in collaboration with Technical Services Advisory Group (TSAG) and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) presents a new Aboriginal learning series centered around the CBC Documentary 8th Fire. This series will explore each of the episodes in the documentary, while sparking discussions on the topics each session brings forward.

Session 3 will be a discussion on Stereotypes. In this session we will explore the the reasons we stereotype, determine how stereotyping impacts healthcare service delivery, and examine ways to reduce the negative impact of stereotyping in our work.

Learning Objectives
-Increase knowledge of stereotyping
-Understand the impact of stereotyping in our work
-Increase ability to examine and modify personal behavior to reduce the negative impact of stereotyping

Speaker Biography
Kim Hallock, ICADC, is an experienced mental health and addictions counsellor, professional development facilitator, and award winning addiction treatment program developer from Salt Prairie, Alberta. She is currently the owner/director of Red Dog Recovery Ranch, an animal and nature facilitated wellness centre which delivers experiential programs and professional development workshops that are grounded in the Western Cree and Metis cultures. Kim is also working with Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council as their HSIF (Health Services Integration Fund) Pilot Facilitator - helping our communities to better integrate Federal and Provincial Primary Care Services.

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