Learn how to accelerate improvement using models that are working to address inequities and disparities for Indigenous populations in Ontario
Learn the challenges and opportunities to address inequities and improve the quality of health for Indigenous people
When: Thursday, June 16, 2016 from 12:00 to 1 p.m.
Speaker: Ms. Gertie Mai Muise
Gertie Mai Muise is Mi’Kmaq, Thunder Clan from Qalipu Mi’Kmaq First Nation in Western Newfoundland. She has over twenty five years’ experience working within Indigenous communities, focused on incorporating indigenous practices and values into the delivery of primary care, mental health and addictions and community health and social programs and services.
Gertie Mai has held program coordination and management positions with the Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres, Assembly of First Nations, Anishnawbe Health Toronto and Weeneebayko Area Health Authority. She has also worked with Ontario government agencies to develop Indigenous health strategies and initiatives. Her work has led to improved health research, policy, programs, service design and cross cultural/jurisdictional relationship management.
Attend via Ontario Telemedicine Network:
Event ID: 56910703
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Attend in Person:
Health Quality Ontario
130 Bloor Street West, 10th Floor (Deming Room)
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1N5