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Bridging the Gap: Culturally Appropriate Care for Inuit Patients Webinar
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Description: Medical laboratory professionals play a vital role in providing equal care to all, and that often takes cultural context. Learn from CSMLS member and Inuk consultant, Muckpaloo Ipeelie, on how to provide culturally-appropriate care to Inuit patients.
Start date: Upon registration
Completion: Up to 52 weeks
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FOR MEMBERS ONLY!

Description: Medical laboratory professionals play a vital role in providing equal care to all, and that often takes cultural context. Learn from CSMLS member and Inuk consultant, Muckpaloo Ipeelie, on how to provide culturally-appropriate care to Inuit patients.

Start date: Upon registration

Completion: Up to 52 weeks

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Speaker: Muckpaloo Ipeelie, MLT, CEO Urban Inuit Identity Project

As an urban Inuk Muckpaloo enjoyed learning about other cultures and contrasting her local First Nations perspective to her ancestral Inuit cultural lens. She wanted to continue to build Indigenous friendships, meaningful relationships and continue to be part of the community. Muckpaloo began teaching Inuit Culture to add to her community and advocate for better Inuit social supports.

Muckpaloo has continued to help bridge the gap in health care, Friendship, educational centers, social services and at the institutional level through her advocacy in teaching cultural uniqueness of Inuit, and empowering Inuit Identity.

The mission of the Urban Inuit Identity Project is to educate health care, social service and educational facilities about the cultural uniqueness of our Inuit to provide culturally safe care, and support that empowers Inuit identity so that our Inuit will be fairly represented in the fabric of Canada’s social safety nets. The Urban Inuit Identity Project’s purpose is to provide culturally relevant educational materials for health care workers and community builders who are involved in the circle of care of Inuit.

 

Recorded: April 1, 2022

 

PEP hours: 1.0

CPS credits: 0

*Note: PEP hours and/or CPS credits will only be awarded upon successful completion of the quiz.

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