How to improve their services and provide for improvement on the quality of care for Indigenous people in the North, is the focus for a survey currently underway with Northern Health.
The Health Agency looking to hear from Indigenous residents of the region on a range of areas related to health care and experiences at area facilities.
Key to the study is six elements that look to explore further:
Ensure meaningful participation of Indigenous people to improve Northern Health services
Ensure our workforce is more representative of Indigenous people in Northern BC
Support all of Northern Health learning through Indigenous cultural safety education
Increase accessibility to culturally safe and identity-affirming health care services
Improve Indigenous self-identification processes
Address the inequities in our health care system, including who owns the rights to any data collected from or about Indigenous people by Northern Health
The health agency posted their call for participation through their Prince Rupert focused social media stream.
Further background on the engagement opportunity and access the survey can be found here.
The deadline for participation is November 30th.
More items of interest on Health Care in the northwest can be reviewed through our archive pages.
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