Save the date: COVID-19: A First Nations Health Managers Association Virtual Town Hall – Fourth Phase
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Stay tuned for the on-demand recording of the weekly First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) Live Town Hal – a discussion covering how COVID-19 is affecting health managers, front line health workers, and First Nations communities.

Recordings of the live broadcast from today will be found here shortly.

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Andy Alook,
CFNHM, Assistant Director of Health, Bigstone Health Commission presentation

Dr. Ibrahim Khan,
Medical health officer, Indigenous Services Canada presentation

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TownHall Information:

Details

Date: 16 June 2021

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm EDT

Event Categories: COVID-19, Coronavirus, Indigenous Health, Indigenous Communities, Wellness, Health Management, FNHMA, Indigenous Services Canada, ISC, Community Wellness and Protection.

Website: www.ihtoday.ca/townhall

Speakers

  • Dr. Evan Adams, Deputy Chief Medical Officer of Public Health, Indigenous Services Canada
  • Kristen Tanche, Dehcho First Nations Regional Health & Wellness Coordinator
  • Beth Hudson, Dehcho First Nations Regional On the Land Coordinator
  • Patricia Thomson, Senior Indigenous Advisor, Ministry of Social Services, Government of Saskatchewan  CFNHM
  • Hosted and Moderated by Marion Crowe, CEO, FNHMA

Live Facebook play partners:

Mi’qmak Maliseet NativeNews – Truro Nova Scotia

The Wolf 95.7 – Fredricton, Nova Scotia

Nation News – Montreal, Quebec

FNHMA – Ottawa, Ontario

ELMNT FM – Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario

Anishinabek Nation – North Bay, Ontario

Wawatay News – Sioux Lookout, Ontario

ELMNT FM – Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario

NCIFM – Winnipeg, Manitoba

APTN News – Winnipeg, Manitoba

CJAM  FM (Windsor, Ontario)

Eagle Feather News – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Alberta Native News – Edmonton, Alberta

CJWE – Calgary Alberta

CFWE – Edmonton, Alberta

CKLB – Yellowknife, NWT

COOP Radio – Vancouver, BC

First Nations News – Vancouver, BC

CFNR – Terrance, BC

Ha-Shilth-Sa Newspaper – Port Alberni, BC

Radio rebroadcast partners:

Wolf 95.7 – Fredricton, New Brunswick (Sundays, 9:00am, ADT)

CKLB – Yellowknife, N.W.T (Sundays at 1:00pm, MDT)

NCIFM – Winnipeg, Manitoba (Thursday, 12:00 noon CDT)

COOP Radio – Vancouver, BC (  Sundays at 8:00pm, PDT)

CFNRFM.ca – Terrance, BC (Sundays)

CJAMFM  – Thursdays at 8:00pm, EDT

Last Week’s Details:

Speakers
  • Leila Gillis, A/Director General & Chief Nursing Officer, Office of Primary Health Care, FNIHB, Indigenous Services Canada
  • Allison Fisher,, Executive Director, Wabano Centre
  • Chief Christopher R. Derickson, Westbank First Nation
  • Hosted and Moderated by Marion Crowe, CEO, FNHMA

About the COVID-19 Weekly Virtual Town Halls presented by FNHMA:

FNHMA is convening a weekly Virtual Town Hall Information Session & Q+A every Thursday to discuss the effects of the pandemic on affecting health managers, front line health workers, and First Nations communities. These Town Halls are free and open to all health managers, front line health workers, First Nation Community members and the general public who are looking for transparent, clear information and advice related to COVID-19 – whether or not your Community is affected or not. We see these meetings as an opportunity for us all to check in regularly, exchange reliable information, and identify the collective needs of our Peoples and Communities. Each meeting will feature updates from FNHMA, health experts from across the country, and other invited guests. At the same time, you’ll be able to connect with these health officials through email and take part in the Live Q+A session every week. Questions can be sent to [email protected] and, time permitted, will be answered that week during the Virtual Town Hall on Thursdays. Please stay tuned on ihtoday.ca for updates of each Town Hall which will be livestreamed here on ihtoday.ca/townhall.

Thank you to our Indigenous Media Partners

FNHMA Town Hall (ENG) June 09, 2021

FNHMA Town Hall (ENG) June 02, 2021


FNHMA Town Hall (ENG) May 26, 2021


Past FNHMA Live Town Halls