As part of our 2019 Summer Learning Series, CHILD-BRIGHT is hosting free webinars, open to all interested in delving deeper into topics related to Patient-Oriented Research (POR).
Join us for this final session.
When: Thursday, August 22, 2019
Time: 9:00-10:00 a.m. PST / Noon-1:00 p.m. EST
In this session, we will:
Introduce some of the key historical, contextual, and ethical considerations when considering research involving First Nation peoples and populations
Explore the importance of integrating both Indigenous and Western knowledge in research approaches
Discuss the First Nation principles of ownership, control, access, possession (OCAP®)
Use our project, "Prenatal Opioid Exposure and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Research Project with Indigenous Peoples in Ontario First Nations", as a case study to illustrate how we embedded these concepts into our research
Share perspectives on patient-oriented research as Indigenous researchers and community members.
Christi Poulette, RN, BScN, Health Services Nurse-in-Charge, Oneida Nation of the Thames
Jennifer Walker, PhD, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Health, Laurentian University, and Indigenous Health Lead, ICES