8:30am - 5:00pm
Marriott Vancouver Pinnacle Downtown (1128 West Hastings Street), Vancouver, BC
Registration is now closed
Resources from this workshop: https://bcsupportunit.ca/resources/planting-seeds-resources-working-ind…
TWO DAY WORKSHOP: MARCH 21 and 22, 2019
- Free of charge
- Breakfasts and lunches provided
This 2 day workshop will be of value to researchers interested in working with Indigenous people on their patient-oriented research (POR) projects.
The hotel bedroom block deadline has now passed, but there are many options available in the area.
Upon completing this workshop, you will be able to:
- Define and understand the meaning of the concepts of power, privilege and ownership.
- Self-reflect on how power, privilege and ownership impact research with Indigenous people.
- Have an increased understanding of Indigenous and Western worldviews.
- Apply principles of Indigenous research (OCAP and 4 R’s).
- Increase your self-awareness and cultural safety abilities.
Facilitator bios are available here.
Contact Belinda Jampoh at the BC SUPPORT Unit Hub for more information.
Day 1: March 21, 2019
- Setting the stage for the workshop – healing journey
- Introduction Circle
- 3 “Module” Circles:
- Colonial History/Power & Privilege – What are you stepping in to? Effects of past research and statistics
- Indigenous and Western World Views: Ethical Space/Two-Eyed Seeing/OCAP (ownership, control, access, possession)/Four R’s (respect, reciprocal, relevance, responsibility), Chapter 9, Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action
- Self-Awareness Exercise/Cultural Safety – addressing stereotypes
Day 2: March 22, 2019
- Reflection Circle
- Role of Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being in Research – including food and protocol, elders – Indigenous research methodologies
- Role of Advocates both Western and Indigenous
- Discussion of Experiences in Barriers and Facilitators – logistics i.e., agendas, including elders