Keynote Address – Truth and Reconciliation: What will be your commitment to Indigenous Health in a virtual world?
Through a virtual interactive session, participants will explore root causes of Indigenous health disparities, while recognizing culture as treatment and critique how digital health initiatives may or may not improve health of Indigenous Peoples.
September 30, 2021 is Digital Health and Virtual Care Day, but more importantly, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This day provides an opportunity for Canadians to recognize and commemorate the tragic legacy of residential schools. OMD is honoured to have Dr. Sarah Funnell, Founding Director of the Centre for Indigenous Health Research and Education at the University of Ottawa, deliver the keynote address for Digital Health and Virtual Care Day.
Presented by Presented by: Dr. Sarah Funnell, Founding Director of the Centre for Indigenous Health Research and Education (CIHRE)