News & Updates

It is very exciting and encouraging to see that The FIRST Approach is becoming more well known and popular in the research world. According to the John Wiley and Sons Limited journal, "Co‐creating better healthcare experiences for First Nations children and youth: The FIRST approach emerges from Two‐Eyed seeing" was...

The ACHH Team couldn't be more proud and happy to announce that ACHH Initiative Team member Katie Gloade is the recipient of two very prestigious awards; The Dalhousie Killam Scholarship and the President's Award. Katie’s research in Mi’kmaq children’s experiences in their early years of schooling, specifically the ways in...

If you missed the chance to virtually attend the Learning Lodge on January 28th regarding Indigenous Allyship here is your chance to listen. Traditional Knowledge Keepers Jane and Paulina Meader provided insightful advice, knowledge and teachings to enlighten non-Indigenous Canadians ways in which we can use our understanding of Indigenous...

The ACHH Initiative Team is proud and excited to announce that ACHH Initiative Team member Courtney Pennell has been given the new title of Indigenous Health Consultant by IWK Health. The main aim of this position is to address health inequities and work towards improving health outcomes for Indigenous Peoples....

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