BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Microsoft Corporation//Outlook 16.0 MIMEDIR//EN VERSION:2.0 METHOD:REQUEST X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Pacific Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16011104T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=1SU;BYMONTH=11 TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0800 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:16010311T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=2SU;BYMONTH=3 TZOFFSETFROM:-0800 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT ATTENDEE;CN="Belinda Jampoh";RSVP=TRUE:invalid:nomail CLASS:PUBLIC CREATED:20200224T223335Z DESCRIPTION:Meeting Date: Monday\, March 16\, 2020\n\nMeeting Time: 12 pm – 1 pm PST\n\nAbout the webinar: \n\nDiabetes\, Blood Pressure & Kidney Health Checks & Care in Your Community\n\nKidney Check is bringing kidney\ , diabetes and blood pressure checks to rural and remote Indigenous Commun ities across Canada. Mobile health-care teams will be looking for diabetes and high blood pressure\, and looking at kidney health\, so that they can find and help fix health problems as soon as possible. The goal is to hel p keep kidneys healthy and care for any kidney health problems. The kidney check team will work with each person to build a kidney health plan that includes follow-up care or goals for keeping kidneys healthy.\n\nKidney Ch eck is part of the Can-SOLVE CKD Network and is funded by a variety of loc al and national partners. Kidney Check is looking to do as many community visits as possible with current funding and is looking for ways to continu e community visits into the future.\n\nLearn more: https://www.cansolveckd .ca/research/theme-1/kidney-check | http://www.cansolveckd.com/research/ki dney-check/\n\nPresented by:\n\nDr. Adeera Levin is Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of Nephrology at University of British Columbia. She is the Executive Director of the BC Provincial Agency\, responsible fo r the planning\, and delivery of kidney services in BC. She was Co-directo r of the Clinical Investigator Training Program at UBC\, and is Curriculum Chair of the KRESCENT program \, a unique pan-Canadian training program f or Kidney Scientists\, co funded by CIHR\, Kidney Foundation of Canada and Canadian Society of Nephrology. Her research interests are in early CKD\, variability of progression and co-morbidities\, health care delivery and outcomes research. She has contributed to the understanding of CKD traject ories\, definitions and clinical care through numerous research activities and guideline development work. Dr. Levin is the principal investigator o f a pan-Canadian study\, Can-PREDDICT: Prediction of dialysis\, death and interim cardiovascular events in CKD: a cohort study of over 2500 patients with biosamples followed for up to 5 years. She was the national lead for SHARP\, and is currently the co-lead for CREDENCE. Dr. Levin has won nume rous awards for teaching and research. She is a recipient of the Order of Canada and has received the Kidney Foundation of Canada Medal for Research Excellence and the Aubrey J. Tingle Prize in recognition of a body of wor k which has impacted patients in BC and elsewhere. She was inducted in the Canadian Academy for Health Sciences in 2014. She was elected President o f the International Society of Nephrology 2015-17.\n\nCraig Settee is an A nishinaabe and Nehinaw/Cree man originally from Winnipeg\, Manitoba\, with family connections to Fisher River Cree Nation and Dauphin River First Na tion\, MB. His experience as a living kidney donor to his brother led him to become a patient partner and currently the Coordinator to the Indigenou s Peoples’ Engagement and Research Council with the Can-SOLVE CKD Networ k. Craig has an undergraduate degree from the University of Winnipeg with a Double Major in Urban & Inner-City Studies and Conflict Resolution. Prio r to joining the Can-SOLVE CKD Network’s Core Team\, he worked as a ment or and cultural support worker with Indigenous youth. Craig is passionate in sharing Indigenous ways of knowing\, doing and being in the work that h e does. It is this commitment that drives his commitment to share\, suppor t and advocate that patient voices are heard and utilized in a meaningful way.\n\nCatherine Turner is a Métis woman whose family originates from th e historic Red River Settlement in Manitoba. She is the Indigenous Liaison Manager of the Kidney Foundation of Canada BC & Yukon Branch and will be working with Can-SOLVE CKD to support the Indigenous Peoples’ Engagement and Research Council. She will work with the project leads to explore how best to enable Indigenous and non-Indigenous patient engagement in each o f the network’s research projects. Catherine is the past Chairperson of the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association and has been a member of thei r executive board since 2004. Catherine has worked in health and primary p revention programs with Aboriginal and First Nations communities for the p ast two decades\, including administering an Aboriginal diabetes initiativ e for eight years.\n\nJoin this webinar:\n\nWebinar Link: https://bcahsn.z oom.us/j/187201314 \n\nJoin by phone: \nCanada: +1-647-558-0588\nCanada To ll-free: +1-855-703-8985\n\nMeeting ID: 187 201 314 \n\n \n\n DTEND;TZID="Pacific Standard Time":20200316T130000 DTSTAMP:20200224T222812Z DTSTART;TZID="Pacific Standard Time":20200316T120000 LAST-MODIFIED:20200224T223335Z LOCATION:zoom ORGANIZER;CN="Belinda Jampoh":mailto:bjampoh@bcsupportunit.ca PRIORITY:5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY;LANGUAGE=en-ca:Kidney Check - Identifying kidney disease and diabet es in BC First Nations communities TRANSP:OPAQUE UID:040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E0080000000040DED8A41EEBD501000000000000000 0100000003D66F8DB983B754D8C0389C9DCBB7C0F X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Meeting Date: Monday\, March 16\, 2020

Meeting Time: 12 pm –\; 1 pm PST

About the webinar:

Diabetes\, Blood Pressure &\; K idney Health Checks &\; Care in Your Community

Kidney Check is bringing kidney\, diabetes and blood pressure checks to rural and remote Indigenous Communities across Canada. Mobile health-care teams wil l be looking for diabetes and high blood pressure\, and looking at kidney health\, so that they can find and help fix health problems as soon as pos sible. The goal is to help keep kidneys healthy and care for any kidney he alth problems. The kidney check team will work with each person to build a kidney health plan that includes follow-up care or goals for keeping kidn eys healthy.

Kidney Check is part of the Can-SOLVE CKD Ne twork and is funded by a variety of local and national partners. Kidney Ch eck is looking to do as many community visits as possible with current fun ding and is looking for ways to continue community visits into the future.

Learn more: https://www.cansolveckd.ca/research/theme-1/kidney- check | ht tp://www.cansolveckd.com/research/kidney-check/

Presented by:

Dr. Adeera Levin is Profess or of Medicine and Head of the Division of Nephrology at University of Bri tish Columbia. She is the Executive Director of the BC Provincial Agency\, responsible for the planning\, and delivery of kidney services in BC. She was Co-director of the Clinical Investigator Training Program at UBC\, an d is Curriculum Chair of the KRESCENT program \, a unique pan-Canadian tra ining program for Kidney Scientists\, co funded by CIHR\, Kidney Foundatio n of Canada and Canadian Society of Nephrology. Her research interests are in early CKD\, variability of progression and co-morbidities\, health car e delivery and outcomes research. She has contributed to the understanding of CKD trajectories\, definitions and clinical care through numerous rese arch activities and guideline development work. Dr. Levin is the principal investigator of a pan-Canadian study\, Can-PREDDICT: Prediction of dialys is\, death and interim cardiovascular events in CKD: a cohort study of ove r 2500 patients with biosamples followed for up to 5 years. She was the na tional lead for SHARP\, and is currently the co-lead for CREDENCE. Dr. Lev in has won numerous awards for teaching and research. She is a recipient o f the Order of Canada and has received the Kidney Foundation of Canada Med al for Research Excellence and the Aubrey J. Tingle Prize in recognition o f a body of work which has impacted patients in BC and elsewhere. She was inducted in the Canadian Academy for Health Sciences in 2014. She was elec ted President of the International Society of Nephrology 2015-17.

Craig Settee is an Anishinaabe and Nehinaw/Cree man origin ally from Winnipeg\, Manitoba\, with family connections to Fisher River Cr ee Nation and Dauphin River First Nation\, MB. His experience as a living kidney donor to his brother led him to become a patient partner and curren tly the Coordinator to the Indigenous Peoples’\; Engagement and Resea rch Council with the Can-SOLVE CKD Network. Craig has an undergraduate deg ree from the University of Winnipeg with a Double Major in Urban &\; In ner-City Studies and Conflict Resolution. Prior to joining the Can-SOLVE C KD Network’\;s Core Team\, he worked as a mentor and cultural support worker with Indigenous youth. Craig is passionate in sharing Indigenous w ays of knowing\, doing and being in the work that he does. It is this comm itment that drives his commitment to share\, support and advocate that pat ient voices are heard and utilized in a meaningful way.

< b>Catherine Turner is a Métis woman whose family originates from the historic Red River Settlement in Manitoba. She is the Indigenous Liaison M anager of the Kidney Foundation of Canada BC &\; Yukon Branch and will be working with Can-SOLVE CKD to support the Indigenous Peoples’\; En gagement and Research Council. She will work with the project leads to exp lore how best to enable Indigenous and non-Indigenous patient engagement i n each of the network’\;s research projects. Catherine is the past Ch airperson of the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association and has been a m ember of their executive board since 2004. Catherine has worked in health and primary prevention programs with Aboriginal and First Nations communit ies for the past two decades\, including administering an Aboriginal diabe tes initiative for eight years.

Join this webinar:

Webinar Link: https://bcahsn.zoom.us/j/187201314

Join by phone:
Canada: +1-647-558-0588
Canada Toll-free: +1-855-703 -8985

Meeting ID: 187 201 314

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