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With 45 unique First Nation communities, three treaty areas, numerous linguistic and cultural profiles, and various service delivery models, Alberta has a complex health service landscape to explore. This webinar will also cover the importance of cultural competency for nurses working with First Nation clients, and some mechanisms which nurses may use to expand their knowledge base and comprehension to provide services in a more respectful and supportive manner.
Shawn Grono, MA.DEM, BScN, RN
Regional Director of Nursing, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Alberta Region (FNIHB-AB), Health Canada