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FNHMA 2013 National Conference

FNHMA 2013 NATIONAL CONFERENCE
September 17-19, 2013
Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, Niagara, ON

Celebrating and Sharing our Inherent Knowledge in
Health Leadership and Management

Just 1 week remaining before the start of the FNHMA Conference – Register today!

Program Updates

Respecting the Gift of Life: An Aboriginal Perspective

Elder Criger will discuss Aboriginal philosophies on health & healing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. He will underline the wisdom of understanding and embracing holistic healing, that of incorporating mind, body and spirit.

Speaker: Cat (Mark) Criger, Traditional Aboriginal Elder in Residence, University of Toronto

The Important Role of a Health Director in Providing Our Communities with Quality and Safe Health Care

Ruby Jacobs, recipient of the Indspire Award for Health in 2013, will focus on the importance of understanding current standards and best practices in achieving responsible and accountable outcomes in First Nations health care. Ruby will discuss how quality services must be sustainable and that we continually strive to improve health outcomes and provide access to quality health services.

Speaker: Ruby Jacobs, Consultant,Member of the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, ON and recipient of the Indspire Award for Health in 2013

A presentation by Accreditation Canada – Improving Healthcare for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Communities

Visit the conference web site for a detailed  program.

Entertainment

Don’t miss the Certified First Nations Health Manager (CFNHM) Convocation and Awards Banquet on Wednesday, September 18.

Robbie Antone’s Blues Machine will perform.

Robbie Antone “Wolf Clan,” hails from the Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation, near London, Ontario. The Blues Machine’s music is best described as Blues/Rock with influences of Soul and R&B. Robbie Antone’s Blues Machine delivers a diverse blend of musical styles at their live shows, creating a positive energy that embraces the crowd. Read more…

Visit our exhibitors

– 3M
– Aboriginal Medical Supplies, Home Health Medical Supplies
– Accreditation Canada
– AIAI for Ontario First Nations HIV-AIDS Education Circle
– Association of Ontario Midwives
– Canadian Accreditation Council
– Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
– CARF Canada
– Carranza LLP
– CESO
– CRW Systems Inc.
– Health Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch
– Justice Institute of British Columbia, School of Health Services
– Manotsaywin Nanotoojig Inc., Za-geh-do-win Information Clearing House
– National Aboriginal Council of Midwives
– National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation
– PathDMS
– SCA Personal Care
– Skye Wound Care Inc.
– Ts’ewulhtun Health, Cowichan Tribes
– Western University, Schulich Interfaculty Program in Public Health

Vendors:

 – James Bay Cree Arts & Crafts
– Loon Wolf Artisans
– Tammy Beauvais Designs
– True Spirit of the North

There are still a few spaces remaining! Click here for information about signing up as an exhibitor.

Thank you for your support

Contact Us

If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Micheline Bélanger at the FNHMA conference secretariat by email at [email protected].

Register today!
www.fnhma.ca/conference/2013